Mälaren

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Mä·lar·en

 (mā′lär′ən)
A lake of southeast Sweden. Stockholm is located on both sides of the channel that connects the lake with the Baltic Sea.

Mälaren

(ˈmelaren)
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(Placename) Lake Mälaren a lake in S Sweden, extending 121 km (75 miles) west from Stockholm, where it joins with an inlet of the Baltic Sea (the Saltsjön). Area: 1140 sq km (440 sq miles). Also called: Mälar
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Rory McIlroy, Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, YE Yang, Paul Casey, Charl Schwartzel and Louis Oosthuizen all competed at the Lake Malaren venue in last year's Shanghai Masters, but Donald is seeing it for the first time.
* THAT WINNING FEELING: Rory McIlroy with the trophy after winning the Lake Malaren Shanghai Masters
Naturally we are incredibly proud to have received this new order and see it as an important step in our initiative in the Malaren Valley," said Anders Nilsson, managing director of HiQ in Arboga.
A THREE-night B&B break at Fribergh Manor, Lake Malaren, Sweden, with ScanMeridian from pounds 525pp.
Almost every view includes a stretch of water, either the Baltic Sea or Lake Malaren. No great surprise there as Stockholm is built on 12 islands as well as a fair chunk of mainland.
But after shaking off his injury and ailments, Stenson improved on a third round 79 by 14 shots with a superb closing 65 at Lake Malaren Golf Club, and he is hoping to take that momentum into the final World Golf Championshps event of 2013 and put some distance between himself and the chasing pack in The Race to Dubai.
However, such is the quality of the field teeing it up at the Lake Malaren course that success in Shanghai isn't guaranteed for either star.
The Irish Open champion will have Korean Sang-moon Bae and 2011 Open winner Darren Clarke, tipped to succeed Olazabal as Ryder Cup captain for 2014 in Gleneagles, for company for the opening two days of the US$7million event at Lake Malaren Golf Club.
Inspirational captain Olazabal was joined by Nicolas Colsaerts, Luke Donald, Peter Hanson, Martin Kaymer, Paul Lawrie, Rory McIlroy, Graeme McDowell, Francesco Molinari, Ian Poulter, Justin Rose and Lee Westwood, who will all be competing against each other for the lion's share of the $7m prize fund at Lake Malaren Golf Club in Shanghai, China.
As is typically the case with most Chinese courses, the Jack Nicklaus-designed Lake Malaren is long with generous fairways, favouring powerful operators like McIlroy and Kim.
The 22-year-old Northern Irish ace beat American Anthony Kim at Lake Malaren after a final-round shoot-out.
RORY McIlroy still led the race for golf's biggest first prize of pounds 1.25m after the second round of the Lake Malaren Shanghai Masters.