Henrik Stenson is the only Swedish player to have won a major - he achieved that feat at The Open Championship in 2016.
Next week at Augusta National, Noren will have the opportunity to change all that.
in the world and enjoying a stellar 2018, it's hard to think the Swede
could be better placed heading into the year’s first major.
In seven events this year, Noren has not missed a cut. He has five
top-20 finishes to his name and his striking and putting the ball
After narrowly missing out on the WGC Dell Technologies Match Play
this past weekend (he finished third), the nine-time European Tour
winner explained that his game is in tip-top shape.
"I think it's so much better this year overall," he said after an
impressive weekend in Austin which saw him win six of his seven
"My tee-to-green has been so much better, that is what I'm most happy
about. I've always had a better short game and the putting. I'm happy
with that. I'm happy and a little bit calmer now.
"It's going to be nice. It's perfect for me, I gained a lot of
confidence from this week. Match play is tough. You're trying your
hardest on every shot. It's a good warm-up," he said.
"It feels good to have a week off now and recharge my batteries and
see my coaches and fine-tune what wasn't going so well this week and
then work on what's going well.
"I'm looking forward to the Masters."
Noren will not feature at this week's Houston Open and will instead
travel to Georgia ahead of his second
competitive outing at Augusta.