BMW PGA Championship: Alex Noren hit a stunning final round to seal victory at Wentworth
Noren started the final day seven shots behind before getting round in a 10 under 62 to finish 11 under overall.
He won by two strokes as Francesco Molinari sunk a birdie on the final hole moment after Hideto Tanihara had failed to – settling for par.
Third place was split between Tanihara, Nicolas Colsaerts and Henrik Stenson.
Graeme Storm and Shane Lowry tied with Branden Grace on seven under in joint-sixth with Ross Fisher, Dean Burmester, who went seven under on the final day, and Andrew Dodt, who went two over, all tied on six under.
Justin Rose, who only made the cut with an eagle on the final hole of round two, ended up i 12th after his best day of the event saw him finish five under earlier today.
Alex Noren takes the applause during his final round at Wentworth
Alex Noren sealed victory at Wentworth in the BMW PGA Championship
I putted probably the best I've ever putted
Lee Westwood began the day in contention but fell away after shooting one over to make him four under for the four rounds.
And it was Noren’s genius on the final day that stole the show.
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The Swede, 34, will pocket £600,347.24 or his tenth European Tour win.
“I putted probably the best I've ever putted,” he said.
"It's a tough course mentally coming down the stretch. It's not super narrow, but it's just if you hit it a little bit wayward it can cost you.
"I wasn't thinking much of the (seven-shot) deficit. I was just trying to play a good round of golf and get into next week on a high. I was finishing the last hole yesterday very bad (with a double bogey).
"I was pretty angry after the round and then took a long rest and tried to just have a good day. I came out holing putts on one and two, so anything can happen from there."