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Made In Denmark: Ryder Cup vice-captain Lee Westwood one ahead

Sky Sports | Updated: 2018-09-02 01:50:14

"I played great all day and only made one bad swing," Westwood told Sky Sports. "It was a good round of golf and was good fun."

Beginning the day two off the lead, Westwood holed a 15-footer to save par at the second and followed a tap-in gain at the fifth with a close-range gain at the next to reach the turn in 34.

Lee Westwood reflect on his third round and his discusses the chance of him being picked for the Ryder Cup

Thomson bogeyed the first and slipped further back with a double-bogey at the third, only to bounce back with a hat-trick of gains from the fifth and converting a 12-foot eagle at the eighth.

Westwood kicked off his back nine with five consecutive birdies but found water off the final tee on his way to a closing double-bogey, as Thomson posted four gains in seven holes before matching Westwood's six at the par-four last.

Brown fired seven birdies and an eagle on his way to the lowest round of the day, with Detry signing for a blemish-free 66 to also join the tie for second.

Matt Fitzpatrick, who could leapfrog Thorbjorn Olesen in the Ryder Cup qualification standings with a win, sits six strokes back after a birdie-filled 66.

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