European Tour

Warren wins in Denmark

Marc Warren (Gallo Images)
Marc Warren (Gallo Images)

Aalborg - Scotland's Marc Warren won his third European Tour title on Sunday when he clinched the Denmark Open by two shots from Welsh veteran Bradley Dredge.

Warren, whose last title was at the 2006 European Masters, hit five birdies in a final round of 68 for a total of 275 and nine-under.

He was pushed all the way by Dredge, who went round in 70 for seven-under overall while England's Phillip Archer was third, five shots off Warren.

FINAL SCORES:

275 - Marc Warren (Britain) 71 70 66 68

277 - Bradley Dredge (Britain) 66 68 73 70

280 - Phillip Archer (Britain) 70 70 71 69

281 - Oliver Fisher (Britain) 75 65 72 69, Thomas Bjorn (Denmark) 66 73 73 69, Eddie Pepperell (Britain) 73 68 71 69

282 - Lasse Jensen (Denmark) 72 69 74 67, Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark) 69 70 72 71

283 - Mikael Lundberg (Sweden) 72 69 71 71, Simon Wakefield (Britain) 71 67 72 73, Rikard Karlberg (Sweden) 73 70 71 69, S.S.P. Chowrasia (India) 70 71 71 71, Gareth Maybin (Britain) 75 67 68 73, Stuart Manley (Britain) 73 69 69 72

284 - Richard Bland (Britain) 71 74 68 71, Tom Lewis (Britain) 72 70 72 70, Craig Lee (Britain) 73 72 69 70, David Lipsky (U.S.) 72 71 73 68, David Drysdale (Britain) 71 68 76 69, Roope Kakko (Finland) 70 71 73 70, Soren Kjeldsen (Denmark) 71 73 70 70

285 - Paul Waring (Britain) 75 66 72 72, Daniel Im (U.S.) 72 68 76 69, Simon Dyson (Britain) 77 69 70 69, Andreas Harto (Denmark) 70 72 75 68, Andrew McArthur (Britain) 72 72 72 69, Shiv Kapur (India) 73 68 74 70

286 - Patrik Sjoeland (Sweden) 71 70 76 69, Emiliano Grillo (Argentina) 71 69 74 72, James Morrison (Britain) 76 70 70 70, Matthew Nixon (Britain) 73 67 76 70, Kristoffer Broberg (Sweden) 75 67 75 69, Damien McGrane (Ireland) 73 70 73 70

287 - Estanislao Goya (Argentina) 77 69 73 68, Adam Gee (Britain) 76 70 71 70, Steve Webster (Britain) 76 69 68 74, Romain Wattel (France) 73 71 72 71, Wade Ormsby (Australia) 71 72 76 68

288 - Robert-Jan Derksen (Netherlands) 74 68 74 72, Adrien Saddier (France) 74 68 73 73, Alexandre Kaleka (France) 78 66 73 71, David Horsey (Britain) 76 70 73 69, Chris Hanson (Britain) 72 73 74 69, Daniel Gaunt (Australia) 70 73 74 71

289 - Kim Si-Hwan (South Korea) 70 75 73 71, Scott Jamieson (Britain) 71 75 71 72, Johan Carlsson (Sweden) 71 70 75 73, Gregory Havret (France) 74 69 74 72, Moritz Lampert (Germany) 74 70 77 68, Robert Rock (Britain) 73 71 75 70

290 - Kenneth Ferrie (Britain) 72 70 74 74, Michael Jonzon (Sweden) 75 70 76 69, Brandon Stone (South Africa) 73 73 74 70, Mikko Korhonen (Finland) 71 73 75 71, Garrick Porteous (Britain) 71 68 78 73, Jack Doherty (Britain) 74 71 73 72

291 - Peter Hedblom (Sweden) 74 67 75 75, Felipe Aguilar (Chile) 66 74 79 72, Chris Doak (Britain) 72 70 74 75, Andrea Pavan (Italy) 71 75 79 66

292 - Adrian Otaegui (Spain) 74 72 72 74, Morten Madsen (Denmark) 71 70 76 75, Graeme Storm (Britain) 75 70 78 69, Peter Lawrie (Ireland) 70 75 73 74, Jorge Campillo (Spain) 73 72 74 73, Mark Foster (Britain) 73 73 73 73, Tyrrell Hatton (Britain) 74 72 73 73, Richard Green (Australia) 76 69 77 70, Andrew Marshall (Britain) 70 76 75 71

293 - Gary Stal (France) 72 72 79 70, Jamie McLeary (Britain) 74 70 73 76, Richie Ramsay (Britain) 75 70 75 73, Rasmus Hjelm (Denmark) 73 73 74 73

294 - Gaganjeet Bhullar (India) 73 70 75 76, Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium) 70 72 76 76

295 - Lee Slattery (Britain) 71 75 78 71, Nicolai Kristensen (Denmark) 75 70 79 71

296 - Peter Uihlein (U.S.) 74 72 72 78, Simon Thornton (Ireland) 76 70 75 75, Carlos Del Moral (Spain) 75 71 77 73, Andrew Johnston (Britain) 77 69 76 74

297 - James Heath (Britain) 77 69 74 77

298 - Jonas Magnusson (Sweden) 75 69 78 76

300 - Victor Riu (France) 73 72 77 78

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