Suri soars to Made in Denmark victory
Julian Suri saved his best for last at Made In Denmark as he carded a 64 on Sunday to sprint to a four-shot victory.
Suri has enjoyed a good season in 2017 with a number of strong finishes on the Challenge Tour and Sunshine Tour but the highlight to date will most certainly be his maiden victory on the European Tour that was achieved this weekend at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort.
Suri was in contention overnight and then brought his A-Game on Sunday. His 64 was a combination of pure ball-striking and majestic putting. His final round contained seven birdies and no dropped shots.
The American said: "To have seven birdies and be bogey-free in the final round was really solid. I'm pretty proud of that.
"It was a blast out there. Especially in that atmosphere with the fans. It was really cool.
"Everybody is so enthusiastic out there, with such genuine appreciation for the game and spectacle.
"I just wanted to soak it up as much as I could.
"I feel like my game belongs at the top of the game. This is definitely something I've worked for and kind of expected for a long time.
"But to finally come out and do it, especially after the string of good finishes this summer, is really special."
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