Westwood victory hands Bioflow third win of the year

Lee Westwood's victory at the Nordea Masters on Sunday meant that players who wear Bioflow wrist products have now won three times on tour this season

Bioflow Lee Westwood

Bioflow, one of the world's leading suppliers of magnetic wrist products, is celebrating after staff player Lee Westwood secured victory at the 2012 Nordea Masters and landed their third win of the 2012 season.

The Englishman shot an impressive final round of 69 (-3) at Bro Hof Slot, to go with his earlier rounds 68 (-4), 64 (-8) and 68 (-4), to ensure an emphatic winning total of 19 under par and record the third Nordea Masters title of his career.

The world Number three finished five shots clear of fellow Englishman Ross Fisher and a strong European Tour field to secure his second win of the 2012 season and hand Bioflow their third victory of the season, following Paul Lawrie's success in Qatar and Westwood's earlier win in Indonesia.

Westwood, clearly in good-form going into the second major of the year, the US Open, commented: "I played really well this week - you don't win tournaments by five shots without playing well."

Wearing his white Bioflow Sport wristband, Westwood was faultless from tee to green and remained completely relaxed and in control of his game all week as he romped to victory in Stockholm.  

A part of Team Bioflow since 2011, Westwood is not just an ambassador for the Bioflow Sport wrist bands, but a huge advocate of magnotherapy, commenting: "The advantages were immediate and I couldn't believe how comfortable Bioflow wristbands are to wear."

Thomas Patrick Clarke
Sports Digital Editor

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