the Rasmus Højgaard continued Saturday its distinguished form in the grand final Hero Open.
Here came the Danish comet the 18 holes in six strokes under par for the second time in European Tour tournament. 19-year-old Højgaard is now total 13 strokes under par on a shared second place entering Sunday's round.
Højgaard is just a single stroke after English Sam Horsfield, who leads the tournament.
the Dane laid out strong and made birdies on five of the first seven holes, before it later in the round, were a further two.
Joachim B. Hansen is also in the top after to have passed the third round Saturday, six strokes under par. It means that Hansen is 11 strokes under par on a shared seventh place finish.
His round was more up and down than Højgaards. Along the way it was for an eagle, seven birdies and three bogeys.
Benjamin Poke, Thomas Bjorn and Soren Kjeldsen are also in this weekend's rounds. They are respectively five, four and a single stroke under par and placed further down on the board.
the Rasmus Højgaard's twin brother, Nicolai, and Thorbjørn Olesen and Jeff Winther is out of the tournament after not having made the cut on Friday.
Hero Open was finally settled in 2002 when Soren Hansen were the number two and is played at the Forest of Arden Hotel & Country Club's course near Birmingham in England.
the Rasmus Højgaard was in last week number two, when the European Tour was set in motion again after a several months long coronapause with the event of the British Masters.