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Alexander Noren underlined his status as Europe's hottest golfer by grabbing a third victory in eight events at the British Masters Sunday.The 34-year-old took a three-stroke lead into the final round at The Grove course just outside London, and the Swede was never headed as he compiled a closing two-under-par 69 for an 18-under aggregate of 266 .The Swede, who has also reeled off seven top 10-finishes in his last 15 appearances, then suffered a hiccup, with bogeys at the eighth and the 11th.Wiesberger joined him at the top of the leaderboard with a birdie at the par-five 15th, but Noren, playing in the group behind, responded immediately with a four at the same hole. He then picked up the first prize of 500,000 pounds ($621,750), and the seventh European Tour title of his career, after signing off with another birdie four at the last.
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