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Danish golfkvinde jumps into the top-10 in the Scottish Open

Three Danish women have done very well noticed during the LPGA tournament the Scottish Open this week, and on the third round on Saturday, a new dane to call themselves the best dane.

Thus ended the Emily Kristine Pedersen Saturdays as the best of them on a shared knight.

In the third round on Saturday, it was otherwise Nicole Broch Larsen and Nanna Koerstz Madsen, who looked like the best bet for a top spot, as they both went into the day on a shared sixth place, but they fell both back.

Larsen and Madsen is on shared locations, as respectively number 17 and 24.

Nicole Broch Larsen came bad in the time with a dobbeltbogey, while Nanna Koerstz Madsen ran into four bogeys and didn't do a single birdie along the way.

Then there were more cuts of Emily Kristine Pedersen, who went to Saturday's round at two strokes under par. It is also her total upshot, and thus, she is five strokes after the leading spaniard, Azahara Munoz.

the Final round of the Aberdeen played on Sunday.

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