Claimed his first European Tour title in superb fashion in the third event of the 2015 Final Series, the BMW Masters. Carded a four under par 68 in the final round which left him tied for the lead with American Patrick Reed, then saw off the Ryder Cup star at the first hole of a play-off with a 12-foot birdie putt. Went into the week 61st in the Race to Dubai and needing a good performance to guarantee his place in the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, and delivered in some style. Had been tipped as a European Tour winner since blitzing through the Challenge Tour in 2012. Won three titles in four weeks to earn automatic promotion – the first coming in only his second appearance on the second tier, at the Finnish Challenge. Triumphed in Norway the following week before completing the hat-trick at the Rolex Trophy a fortnight later. Finished second to Charl Schwartzel in the 2013 Alfred Dunhill Championship, albeit by a distant 12 shots, and had other close calls at the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open in 2014 and in Denmark in 2015, where he signed off with a 62. His close friend and compatriot Alex Noren claims Broberg practises more than any other player in the world, regularly training from dawn until dusk when he is at home.