David Horsey will take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Made In Denmark after getting to 14 under on day three at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort.
Here, we take a look at what some of the leading contenders had to say after their third rounds.
Julian Suri (65, -12)
"I'm travelling round the world playing golf and playing golf well, that helps, it's been a really good time. This is my third time in Denmark and I've enjoyed each time, I like this course, the greens are in good shape and you've got to go and make birdies. I've just got to keep executing my shots, that's what I did a really good job of today. I had one nice chip-in but other than that I didn't make anything ridiculous, I just played really solid golf. The wind was down so if I just keep hitting good shots I think it will be soft again tomorrow so more of the same."
John Daly (65, -11)
"You don't get too many opportunities like this. Hats off to the driver, the driver has been unbelievable and given me a lot of opportunities this week, I've hit a lot of fairways. On 18 yesterday it wasn't going so good and I said 'I'm going to try something different with my grip on my putter' and I made a 20-footer and I just feel like I can make some putts again. Something like that we usually don't do in the middle of a round as professionals but it just felt awful and going to that regular grip just like I grip the club felt really good these last 19 holes. The fans here, it's a delight, clapping with rhythm like a song on every hole, it's great. Just to see all the young children out here that look like they're into golf, it's just really a great atmosphere."
Chris Paisley (65, -11)
"I'm really happy. My game feels very solid, not making many mistakes and putting quite nicely so it's very comfortable and I'm really happy. It was a bit annoying to finish that way but I've made my fair share of putts today so I can't complain, I've still got a good chance going into tomorrow. I'm going to be aggressive and see what happens, you don't get that many chances to win a Tour event so I'll give it my best shot."
Thorbjørn Olesen (65, -10)
"It was great. From the start there was a lot of people and it was just an honour and a pleasure to walk around out there. I tried to keep my head down a little bit and keep myself in the zone. When you play in your home country you understand what everybody says, it's a little bit different. I tried to concentrate about playing good golf. I'm going to be a few shots behind but I'm still in this tournament and I feel like I'm playing well these last three days so if I can keep doing that I think I'm in contention at the end of tomorrow."