Everything you need to know from Moving Day at Halmstad Golf Club.
Grant closed in on DP World Tour history and fellow Swede Stenson gave the locals something to shout about on day three of the 2022 Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed.
Here is everything you need to know from Moving Day at Halmstad Golf Club.
Grant's glorious eagle
Linn Grant holed this absolute monster putt from 75 feet for an eagle at the long 11th to catapult herself into contention...
That saw her close the gap to then-leader Jason Scrivener to just one shot. And she went on to leapfrog the Australian, with birdies at the 15th and 18th taking her to 16 under par and giving her a two-shot lead as she aims to become the DP World Tour's first female winner.
Flag hunting with Lorenzo-Vera
Mike Lorenzo-Vera's third shot at the eighth was right at the flag - so much so that he actually hit it! Fortunately for the Frenchman, his ball didn't go too far and he was able to hole the putt from a few feet.
Scrivener and caddie reach right conclusion
After a long chat with his caddie, Scrivener went on to produce one of his best shots of the day at the ninth, setting up a birdie putt with this delightful approach...
Stenson at the 16th
The fans around the 16th green were in the mood for a party and tournament co-host Henrik Stenson gave them something to celebrate with this beautiful birdie putt. Just listen to the roar.
Stenson, who is three shots behind leader Grant heading into the final round, would love to win on home soil. He said: "We certainly have some ground to make up and I would love to win in Sweden, but I really have to do my part tomorrow."