In this week's fantasy golf round up Rory McIlroy Wins Deutsche Bank Championship and Alex Noren triumphs at the European Masters

Fantasy Golf Round Up: Rory McIlroy Wins Deutsche Bank

He’s back. Rory McIlroy won the Deutsche Bank Championship for the second time, coming from behind to pip Paul Casey after a final round 65.

The Ulsterman showed that his putting is back on track and picked up 405 fantasy golf points for his efforts.

Related: How Rory McIlroy has transformed his putting

Casey, who held the 54 hole lead and shot two over on the final day, came second on his own and earned 345 points to be the high scoring Englishman.

Related: Why Paul Casey is not eligible for the Ryder Cup

Alex Noren won the European Masters at the stunning Crans-Sur-Sierre for his second European Tour win in the space of two months.

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Noren getting a face-full of champagne

The Swede won the Scottish Open in July and, like McIlroy, earned a total of 405 points this week.

Noren beat Scott Hend in a playoff. Hend was the high scoring Aussie with 345 points.

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Hend made a miraculous par on 18 in regulation but lost out to a birdie on the first extra hole

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Leading fantasy golf points scorers this week:

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USA 1: James Hahn – PGA Tour – 275 points

USA 2: Jimmy Walker – PGA Tour – 315 points

GB: Paul Casey – PGA Tour – 345 points

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Ireland: Rory McIlroy – PGA Tour – 405 points

Scandinavia: Alex Noren – European Tour – 405 points

Rest of Europe: Julien Quesne – European Tour – 275 points

Asia: Hideki Matsuyama – PGA Tour – 85 points

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Africa: Louis Oosthuizen – PGA Tour – 215 points

Australasia: Scott Hend – European Tour – 345 points

South America: Fabian Gomez – PGA Tour – 275 points