Joost Luiten brought some Dutch delight to the home crowd as he leads the KLM Open at the Kennemer Golf and Country Club in Holland. Joost Luiten / Getty Images In wet and windy conditions Joost fired in a third round -4 under par 66 at Kennemer to top the leaderboard at -10 under par. Joost is trying to become the first Dutchman in ten years to win the home tournament, and he said it had been a tough day; "It was tough, it was a day all about surviving, especially on the front nine when it was raining and very windy. You knew it was going to be very tough, par was a pretty good score. If you said I would make par before we started I would probably have signed for it so four under is even better and I am pretty happy. I am just trying to enjoy it, it's great to see all the people out there even when its raining and a day like this. You know everyone is behind you and you just try to play as good as you can and that's what I am trying to do." Miguel Angel Jiménez is still there, just one shot behind at -9 under par. Miguel did not fare so well in the tougher conditions and had to fight hard just to post an even round of 70. Sharing third place are Julien Quesne and Damien McGraine, both players at -8 under par. Julien carding Par, while Damien climbed up the leaderboard with his battling -3 under par 67. Damien said he had enjoyed the day; "It was really enjoyable, my short game was razor sharp which you need in tough conditions. I managed not to drop any shots all day which was a great achievement I am very content. I enjoyed it only because I was able to hang in there and picked up a couple of birdies close to the end which turned it into a very good day. When the conditions get tough it falls back on chipping and putting and today I was pretty good at it. Some of the holes are brutal, especially on the front nine, and when I weathered as far as number six I knew it would get a little easier. I've been showing reasonable form so I am looking forward to getting to this time tomorrow evening and see what it brings." The top of the leaderboard is still tightly packed, Simon Dyson and Oliver Fisher are tied fifth, at -7 under par and a shot further back are Hennie Otto and Robert Allenby. The final round on Sunday will be an interesting affair, and I guess the weather will play a major part in what happens, but good luck to Joost Luiten.