FARSO, Denmark — John Daly rolled back the years with a 6-under 65 on a day of low scoring at the Made in Denmark tournament to sit three shots off the lead after the third round on Saturday.

The two-time major winner birdied four of his first eight holes, and slipped up only on the 16th, where his putt up the hill rolled back to his feet.

Daly was in a tie for third in a group of four, including Gregory Havret (65), and Englishmen Chris Paisley (65) and Robert Rock (66) at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort.

Another English golfer, David Horsey, led the field by two shots after the low round of the day, 64.

Horsey hit every green in regulation and moved into the lead from the 15th. After an approach within eight feet of the 17th hole gave him another birdie and a two-shot lead, Horsey was at 14 under overall.

He won the Made in Denmark in 2015, and seeks a fifth European Tour title.

Two shots back was Julian Suri of the United States.

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