Stockholm: On a final day when no one seemed to be able to score, Jeev Milkha Singh overcame a horrible stretch of six bogeys in eight holes to card a 75 and finish tied sixth at the Nordea Masters.

Jeev's 75 had six bogeys and three birdies, one of them on the 17th.

It was Jeev's best result of the season and only the second top-10 of the season after his 10th place at Volvo China Open.

Shiv Kapur went for even more as he had a birdie-less 80, including a quadruple bogey par-5 13th hole. Kapur, who was second at the midway stage ended tied 40th.

29-year-old Swede Alex Noren, who started with a 11 shot advantage at the start of the day, grabbed a comprehensive seven shot victory despite a 77 in the final round.

It was a tournament of contrasts for Noren, who a course record of nine-under 69 in third round and went for 77 on final day for a 15 under par aggregate of 273 at Bro Hof Slott.

Noren was never likely to be caught -- nobody had ever come from more than ten shots behind in the final round to win a European Tour event.

England's Richard Finch signed for the only under par round of the day in difficult conditions, his three under 69 good enough for second place.

Another Swede, Niklas Lemke, was a distant third on five under par.