Euro Tour. Made in Denmark. Warren Wins August 17 2014

White Dragon Golf Mark Warren wins the European Tour tournament Made in Denmark. [caption id="attachment_6472" align="alignnone" width="600"]Made in Denmark Marc Warren / Getty Images[/caption] Marc won the inaugural Made in Denmark tournament with a final round of -3 under par 68 and a tournament total -9 under par, for two shot winning margin. In the slightly lighter winds during the final at at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort Marc was inspired by the support from the crowds for this event. The spectators were not even put off by a rain delay, which lasted for an hour and 15 minutes before the leaders teed off on their last round; “It feels incredible, I felt the last couple of years I’ve been close to winning a couple of times but for whatever reason it hasn’t quite happened for me, whether I’ve made mistakes or someone else has played really well."  “This summer I feel more confident than I’ve ever done. Today I kept telling myself I was swinging the club really well and I was confident in what I was doing.” “This is a fantastic event for the European Tour, there’s been rumors of an event in Denmark for a few years and now we are here and it is on; it has been incredible". “The crowds have been amazing. To play in front of that has been amazing. Coming from the PGA last week, it definitely had that same feel to it. Coming down those last four holes, the crowds were so big.” Bradley Dredge finished in second place at -7 under par, a last round of -1 under par 70 was not quite enough to snatch victory. He told reporters that if he had been given 2nd at the begging of the week he would have taken it, but to come so close to victory was disappointing; “In a way there are mixed feelings in that if someone said they’d give me second at the beginning of the week it is a great result, considering I’ve not had a chance to win in a long time. But it was a chance to win a tournament.” “Marc did play really well and I didn’t play well enough, but it would have been nice to have pushed him a little harder coming down the last few.” Philip Archer closed out third place, a final round -2 under par 69 giving him a -4 under par total, five shots back of the leader. Home hero Thomas Björn finished the event T4, way back at -3 under par, but is now looking forward to the Ryder Cup; “I hope I’m there for the Ryder Cup now, I’m taking next week off and I will speak to Paul tonight or tomorrow and see what his thinking is. At the moment I feel like I need a few weeks off so it was good to play well here." “It’s been brilliant to come home and play in front of these crowds. My golf has been so-so, but I’ve still managed to battle out something. You can’t really describe the atmosphere this week. When you travel around the world then come home and play in front of your home crowds, it’s amazing."   “I was quite determined when I got out there today and got the good start I wanted. I just ran dry on the greens. It wasn’t to be. I thought if I could rattle off a few birdies I could apply some pressure. The greens were where I struggled this week. I drove the ball fantastic and there are a lot of good things to build on. I always say if you finish top ten in a golf tournament you have played pretty well. I did that this week, but it wasn’t to be.”