Noren shoots 10-under 62, wins BMW PGA Championship

Lee Westwood produced golf reminiscent of the late Seve Ballesteros to remain in contention to win the BMW PGA Championship at the 24th attempt.

Dodt will tee off at 10pm (AEST) at Wentworth on Sunday in the $US7 million ($9.4 million) European PGA Championship with a one-stroke lead at eight under. "I was always quite anxious where the ball was heading and I couldn't really play hard courses well", said the 34-year-old after his 11-under total gave him a two-shot win on Sunday.

Henrik Stenson, Nicolas Colsaerts and Hideto Tanihara were tied for third one shot further back and Graeme Storm of England was joined by Shane Lowry and overnight leader Andrew Dodt on seven-under.

British Open champion Stenson was part of a five-way tie on nine-under early on the back nine, but none of the chasing pack were able to get within a shot of Noren, who was left to collect his fifth European Tour title in 11 months.

Jamieson dropped three shots in his first three holes to fall five off the lead, but a run of six birdies in seven holes around the turn saw him surge back up the leaderboard.

"It feels very incredible and very insane, because I had no intention of trying to win this morning".

'I did everything right today and on top of that this course is really mentally demanding down the stretch'. "So glad I got to witness it first hand". I started like a train and my putter felt fantastic all day.

'I need to work on my fitness a bit and I'd like to pay a reconnaissance visit to the venue Erin Hills, because it's one I've never seen'.

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"I thought after the birdie on 12, I thought, you know, it was going very well. If I'd walked away finishing 10th or 11th here, I would have been very disappointed".

"I wasn't thinking much of the (seven-shot) deficit". The Swede opened with four birdies in his first five tries and added an eagle on the 18th with an incredible approach.

"I didn't even think about it", he said.

"Obviously, I'm disappointed. It's a amusing game but maybe that is the taste of contention I need to kind of give myself a kick in the arse, get on with things and try to do well for the rest of the summer". I've been leading again, it seems that I'm leading nearly every year after one or two rounds here.

"The only thing I'm trying to do is play better against better fields and on better courses", Noren said. However, after taking his stance in the sand, the 29-year-old called in a rules official and said his feet were touching the rubber sheeting at the base of the bunker, thereby entitling him to a free drop.

On the US Tour, a final round of 66 helped Kevin Kisner hold off the combined challenge of Jordan Spieth, Sean O'Hair and Jon Rahm to win the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational in Fort Worth, Texas by one shot.

"That's what I've always needed, to believe in myself, then it's easier to focus on what you need to do". I feel like I have all the shots.

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