Thorbjorn Olesen closed eagle-birdie to post 73 and claim a thrilling one-shot victory at the British Masters.
The overnight leader by three, Olesen struggled on Sunday and found himself two back of clubhouse leader Sebastian Soderberg (-9) as he walked to the 17th tee box.
The 32-year-old Dane needed back-to-back birdies to force overtime, but he went one better, dropping a 28-foot eagle on 17 and then making birdie from 35 feet to secure an astonishing win.
“It’s a massive tournament won by so many great names so it’s a privilege to have my name on the trophy,” said Olesen, a member of the winning 2018 European Ryder Cup team.
He continued: “It was obviously a pretty tough day and I hit a lot of shots to the left. I was really struggling. I somehow just kept going, and yeah, what a finish. Incredible.
“Standing on 17, I’m thinking I can make birdie, birdie and maybe get into a play-off. But obviously when I got the chance on 17, I prefer to take that. Eighteen is a tough hole, so par is a good score obviously. I just gave it everything.”
Scotland’s Richie Ramsay arrived at the 18th tee box on 10 under but found the water on his approach and signed for a double bogey to finish two shots back on 8 under.
Pos-Player-To Par (Final Rd)
1. Thorbjorn Olesen -10 (+1)
2. Sebastian Soederberg -9 (-4)
3. Connor Syme -8 (-2)
3. Richie Ramsay – 8 (+1)
3. Justin Walters -8 (-1)
6. Chase Hanna -7 (E)
6. Hurly Long -7 (+1)
8. J.C. Ritchie -6 (-2)
8. Fabrizio Zanotti -6 (+1)
8. Ryan Fox -6 (-1)
8. Julien Brun -6 (-1)
8. Romain Langasque -6 (-1)
8. Richard Mansell -6 (-4)
8. Jamie Donaldson -6 (-2)
8. Mikko Korhonen -6 (-2)