Sweden's Alex Noren celebrates with the trophy after winning the Scottish Open.
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Sweden's Alex Noren will head to the British Open in the best possible form after capturing the Scottish Open title in Inverness Sunday.Noren, who turns 34 Tuesday, celebrated a fifth European Tour victory courtesy of a closing round 70 and winning by a shot with a 14-under par tally in rainy conditions on the Castle Stuart course in northern Scotland.Noren went into the last day leading by two shots. Noren held on holing a short par at the last to claim the 645,000 euro ($713,000) first prize check – the highest of his 11-year professional career.Former Scottish and British Open champion Mickelson finished with a 66 to share 13th place at seven under par.
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