Posted July 14, 2012 on AP on Fox
Jeev Milkha Singh of India birdied the first hole of his playoff with Francesco Molinari to win the Scottish Open after a final-round meltdown by local hope Marc Warren on Sunday. Singh, the son of an Olympic 400-meter runner, holed from 10 feet on No. 18 to claim his fourth victory on the European Tour and earn himself a spot in next week's British Open in the process. Both players had finished with 17-under totals of 271, with Singh shooting a 5-under 67 - the joint-lowest round of the day - and overnight leader Molinari returning a 72. Warren had been three shots ahead at one point, but dropped four strokes in the final four holes to tie for third with Alexander Noren of Sweden (70) on 16 under.

Molinari holds lead at Scottish open

Francesco Molinari held off a barrage of challengers on a third straight low-scoring day at the Scottish Open by shooting a 5-under 67 to take a one-stroke lead into Sunday's final round. The Italian, who held the overnight lead with Alexander Noren, remained consistent in changing weather around the Castle Stuart links to stay in front on 17 under. Anders Hansen is Molinari...
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