England's Justin Rose took victory in the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen with an excellent final round score of 65, beating Sweden's Kristoffer Broberg by two strokes. By Danielle Preedy

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Justin Rose celebrates his success with the trophy after winning the Scottish Open at Royal Aberdeen. Photography: Andrew Redington/Getty Images

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Rose in action on the final hole of the Scottish Open, where he was victorious with a score of 268. Photography: Paul Severn/Aberdeen Asset Management via Getty Images

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Rose putts on the eighth hole, after birdies at four of the first six holes in the final round. Photography: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

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Justin Rose hits a bunker shot on the 14th hole of his final round. He began the round tied for the lead with Scotland’s Mark Warren. Photography: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

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Rose carefully lines up a putt on the 15th hole, shortly before Broberg came close to a hole-in-one on the 17th. Photography: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

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Justin Rose celebrates with caddie Mark Fulcher on the 18th hole after winning the 2014 Scottish Open, where he produced a final round of 65. Photography: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

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Rose proudly celebrates his win on the 18th green, finishing two shots ahead of Sweden’s Kristoffer Broberg. Photography: Andrew Redington/Getty Images