Everything you need to know from day three in Farsø.
Wiesberger enjoyed his own shot of the day contest, Canter cruised into contention and Paratore committed a mini golf faux pas.
Here is everything you need to know from day three in Denmark.
Wiesberger remains on course to go wire to wire
Bernd Wiesberger takes a one shot lead into the final round as the defending champion seeks a wire to wire victory in Denmark. The Austrian carded a three under par 68 to reach 14 under for the week in Farsø. “I feel good,” said Wiesberger. “It wasn’t as easy today scoring wise, obviously conditions were a lot easier but I had to scramble a little bit. Got a couple of good breaks, gutsy up-and-downs as well. I’m still in a good position for tomorrow and I know exactly what it is going to feel like on that tee going in with a one shot lead, so that is going to be nice.”
Björk back to his best
Alexander Björk sits second after a 66 and the Swede believes he is getting back to the sort of form that saw him land his maiden European Tour title in China three years ago. “My iron play has been quite solid all week,” he said. “I feel like I have been hitting a lot of good iron shots back to where I was a couple of years ago, so it’s nice to have a good feeling again.” Of course, magic putts like these never hurt your chances...
Canter gallops through the field
After two runner-up finishes last season, Laure Canter's wait for a first European Tour title goes on. He put himself in the mix once more with six birdies and an eagle in a 64. “I went out today and said whatever happens today, I want to go out and make loads of birdies,” he said. Well mission accomplished, Laurie.
Paratore gets serious
There's always one person in the group at mini golf taking it all a bit too seriously...
Wiesberger's incredible shots
There were times on Saturday when Wiesberger appeared to be having his own personal shot of the month contest...