Alex Noren prospers from faltering rivals to claim victory in RNA French Open by one stroke in final round
- Alex Noren was the last man standing to win the RNA French Open on Sunday
- The Swede won by just a single stroke after a solid display in the final round
- Julian Suri and Chris Wood both faltered in the last holes to hand Noren victory
Swede Alex Noren emerged as the last man standing to win the RNA French Open by one stroke on Sunday when his rivals faltered late at Le Golf National in Paris.
After picking up birdies at the 16th and 17th holes, Noren parred the demanding final hole to card a four-under-par 67.
He finished at seven-under 277, a score that at the time looked unlikely to be enough.
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