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Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed - Day three digest

Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed - Day three digest

Everything you need to know from Moving Day in Sweden.

Sebastian Söderberg kept his foot firmly on the gas to build an enormous lead while another home star Johanna Gustavsson also put on a show on day three of the 2024 Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed.

Here is everything you need to know from Moving Day in Sweden.

Söderberg storms further ahead

Söderberg came into his home event in sparkling form, having finished second, second and third, and made the cut at the US PGA Championship in his last four starts. And he has continued to shine in front of his adoring fans in Helsingborg this week, following up opening rounds of 63 and 66 with another 66 on Saturday to establish a commanding eight-shot lead ahead of the final round. Söderberg managed 49 bogey-free holes before dropping his first shot at the short 14th in round three, after his close-range par putt lipped out. But he recovered with a bounce-back birdie to get to 21 under par.

Amazing approaches

Let's take a second to enjoy some of Söderberg's phenomenal approach shots which helped make his 54-hole lead so handsome...

Playing partners

Couple Olivia Cowan and Todd Clements played their way into the same group for Sunday's final round after each shooting 71s on day three. Alongside a picture of their 08:45 tee time, Cowan wrote on her Instagram story: "See you on the tee tomorrow honey".

Gustavsson drains a monster

Home favourite Gustavsson, who was named Players' Player of the Year at the Ladies European Tour end-of-season awards in 2023, was faced with this 36-foot putt on the 13th green and she only went and holed it...

Tarrio makes big move

Early starter Santiago Tarrio surged up the leaderboard with a flawless Saturday 65 which featured seven birdies. The Spaniard was made to sweat for his closing gain on the last, though, as the ball did a full horseshoe before dropping into the hole. He sits in a tie for third at 12 under par heading into the final round, nine strokes behind runaway leader Söderberg.

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