Sweden’s Alex Noren Wins The Nedbank
Sweden’s Alex Noren overturned a six-shot deficit on Sunday to win the Nedbank Golf Obstacle by the same margin.
The 34-year-old created a fantastic nine-under-par round of 63 to complete on 14 under as well as clinch his fourth European Trip title of the season.
“This was the round of my life,” claimed Noren, that climbs into the world’s top 10 for the first time.
South Korea’s Jeunghun Wang, that led by three strokes overnight, shot a three-over-par 75 to end up on eight under.
Success brought Noren a victor’s cheque of greater than ₤ 903,000 to take his revenues for the year over ₤ 2.6 m. 2 years earlier, he won much less compared to ₤ 5,000 for the period.
Behind him and Wang, five players completed on 7 under, consisting of England’s Andy Sullivan.
Noren’s compatriot Henrik Stenson still leads the Race to Dubai after completing eighth on six under.
England’s Danny Willett stays in second, after he finished linked 11th on three under at Sun City, with Noren in third.
The final occasion of the Race to Dubai is the DP Globe Tour Championship in the Gulf state, which begins on 17 November.