If you've been watching any of the European Tour's Made in Denmark event Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort, you know the par-3 16th hole is quickly becoming of golf's iconic tournament scenes. It's TPC Scottsdale 16 meets Riviera's 18th green, with a Masters-classy gallery and American college football card stunts.
The course was redesigned by golf course architect Philip Spogárd and has some great looking bunkers along with a special setting. It's the “Himmerland Hill” that is hard to take your eyes off of, especially when the card stunts are rolled out.
Last year, the fans displayed 500 cards for Soren Kjeldsen's 500th European Tour start.
This year they took things up a notch with a show of support for Darren Clarke, European Ryder Cup captain.
Clarke even pulled out his phone during the round to document the moment. That'd get him a fine on the PGA Tour! Well, unless he was a Presidents Cup captain.
Here was the scene, admittedly a tad thinned out compared to earlier in the day, when third round leaders Bradley Dredge came through:
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