EDDIE Pepperell put two frustrating non-finishes behind him with a strong showing in Sweden.

The Frilford Heath member withdrew from the Porsche European Open after three rounds, before a Dutch Open where he managed just the first two rounds.

At the Scandinavian Mixed though, Pepperell finished 12th – largely due to a brilliant final round where he was seven-under par.

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The 32-year-old was on par on day one, with five birdies balanced out by three bogeys and a double bogey on the sixth hole.

Pepperell then finished three-under par in the second round thanks to half a dozen birdies and three bogeys.

Although his third round included an impressive eagle on the 11th hole – plus three birdies – two bogeys and a double bogey meant Pepperell was one-under par at the end of the day.

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Pepperell was in good form during the final round, with five birdies in the first seven holes.

Three more birdies followed towards the end of the round, while he closed the tournament with a bogey on the final hole.

Pepperell ended the tournament 11-under par, his best return since October when he was fourth at the Portugal Masters, on 21-under par.

He is next in action at the BMW International Open in Munich, with action underway from June 22.