A return to form for Thunderbear, a King of the Waves, a former German footballing superstar and more. We recap Moving Day at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship - in numbers.
21 - Birdies for Thorbjorn Olesen over the first three days in Scotland. The Dane leads by three with 18 holes to come.
5 - Cuts made in 18 starts coming into the Dunhill Links for Olesen in a pleasing and timely upturn in form.
11 - ASP World Surfing Tour Championship wins for Olesen's amateur partner, American Kelly Slater. The pair are tied ninth in the team competition going into the final day.
12 - Months since Olesen's last win - at the ISPS HANDA Perth International - where he also led by three after 54 holes
50 - Holes without a bogey for Florian Fritsch as the German shot a third day 63 at Kingsbarns to surge into contention
67 - From Benjamin Hebert at Carnoustie on Saturday - the joint lowest round of the week at the Nasty (along with Alejandro Canizares on Friday)
28 - Front nine score of Joakim Lagergren, who shot a low round of the week in a ten under par 62 at Kingsbarns
81 - Places Matthew Nixon jumped up the board thanks to a nine under par 63 at Kingsbarns - the biggest mover on Moving Day
42 - International goals for former Germany footballer Michael Ballack, who co-leads the team event with Fritsch on -30
63 - For 2014 champion Oliver Wilson on Saturday. He missed the cut by one stroke.
61 - Players made the cut at six under par or better.
71.29 - The average score on the Old Course over the first three rounds
69.19 - The average score at Kingsbarns
72.44 - The average score at Carnoustie
|1||OLESEN, Thorbjørn||DEN||18 R4||-18|
|T2||KOEPKA, Brooks||USA||18 R4||-16|
|T2||STROUD, Chris||USA||18 R4||-16|
|T4||WOOD, Chris||ENG||18 R4||-15|
|T4||WIESBERGER, Bernd||AUT||18 R4||-15|
|T4||LAGERGREN, Joakim||SWE||18 R4||-15|