Euro Tour. Made in Denmark. Bradley Breaks Away. August 15 2014

White Dragon Golf Bradley Dredge breaks away from the field in the European Tour event Made in Denmark. [caption id="attachment_6445" align="alignnone" width="600"]Made in Denmark Bradley Dredge / Getty Images[/caption] Bradley shot a second round -3 under par 68 to post a mid-way total of -8 under par in the Made in Denmark European Tour tournament. The round featured a one-hour delay due to the threat of lightning at the Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort, but the delay did not interrupt the good play of Bradley, who managed to open up a four-stroke lead over the field at the end of the day; "I’m delighted with the way I played, there were some chances out there. The wind wasn’t quite as strong and in a slightly different direction, and luckily I managed to make some putts. The chip in on 16 was nice and I think I took the chances when I had them.” "If someone had said I’ll give you a four shot lead after 36 holes you would take it, we’re halfway through the tournament and I’ve been in similar positions to this before." "I know a lot can happen and I’ve got to play really well over the weekend. There are some really good players chasing me so I have to keep playing the way I have been and convert the chances I get.” Simon Wakefield produced a fine round of -4 under par 67, and sits alone in second place at that score. He said he had played well, and although he had been here before did not remember the course; "I actually felt I played pretty well. I was here in 1999 and finished ninth in a Challenge Tour event, but I don’t remember the course at all. I remember staying on site in a house, but I don’t remember anything of the course."  "So arriving on Tuesday, I was excited to play the course but we didn’t get chance to play. The first time to see the course yesterday was nice and I played lovely today." There are four players tied in fourth position, all at -3 under par for the tournament, they include two home players in Thomas Björn and Thorbjørn Olesen, and they are joined by David Drysdale and Garrick Porteous. Thorbjørn actually thought it was easier conditions today, but he just did not play too well; "It was a bit easier today and I was not on top of my game, I put myself in some awkward positions off the tee and I didn’t have decent control." "I made it tricky for myself. It’s scoreable out there so I’ll probably have some catching up to do. I had hoped to shoot a few under today but I didn’t quite play well enough. I was fighting all the time." "The crowds have been great, it’s like playing a major championship out there. I’ve never seen anything like it. It’s incredible and it really gave me a big boost out there. I just tried to keep going for them."  "I was grinding it out today and I managed to get it under par. It was a great feeling being in front of this crowd. It’s good fun. I can’t imagine what it is going to be like over the weekend." Thomas reported he was disappointed not to take advantage of the shorter holes; “It was just not quite there. My wedges were poor, which is unlike me, and I didn’t really take advantage of those short holes. One birdie all day isn’t really going to do it as you are going to make some birdies in these conditions.”