It was not to any Danish golftriumf by the European Tour tournament Hero Open in Birmingham.
Golfkometen Rasmus Højgaard had to settle for a sixth place - five strokes after the English winner, Sam Horsfield - after an annoying ending that sent dane out of topstriden.
On the maximum hole lost the 19-year-old dane real chance to take the overall victory with a dobbeltbogey.
Højgaard was close to getting immediate redress on the next hole when the ball was close to the trill in the hole for an eagle on hole 17. Instead he had to settle for a birdie.
the Rasmus Højgaard ended with a bogey and went thus to the fourth round in 72 strokes, which corresponds to the hole.
A good week had sent the formstærke dane up on a shared second place before the last 18 holes.
this is The second week in a row, Rasmus Højgaard a / s delivers a good result on the European Tour. Last week ended up he in second place at the British Masters, which was played in Newcastle.
more and More people participated in this weekend's finals in, but they ended all the way back in the overall standings.