Pablo Larrazabal battled his way to the top of a congested leaderboard on Sunday afternoon to claim his eighth DP World Tour title at the Korea Championship.
The Spaniard secured a two-shot victory over Dane Marcus Helligkilde after carding six birdies and a single bogey in a closing 67 to reach 12 under par.
Larrazabal went into the final round one shot off the lead having bogeyed the 17th when he returned to complete his weather-disrupted third round in the morning.
He then found himself in a five-way tie at the top on nine under at the turn following two front-nine birdies.
Larrazabal slipped from the summit after dropping his first shot of the round on the 10th hole but roared back, making four birdies in the next five holes to open up a three-shot lead.
He then safely parred his way home to clinch a first visit to the winner’s circle since the ISPS Handa Championship in Spain last April.
The 39-year-old said: “I love to compete, I love to fly out here, to see all these young guys hitting it miles and try to beat them.
“And that’s what makes me the happiest guy in the world.”
Scotland’s Scott Jamieson finished in a four-way tie for third on nine under alongside home favourite Park Sanghyun, Spain’s Jorge Campillo, Dutchman Joost Luiten, with fellow Scot Robert MacIntyre another shot further back.