England’s Matthew Baldwin won his first DP World Tour title on the 200th attempt by winning the SDC Championship in South Africa by seven strokes.
The 37-year-old netted a four-under 68 in the final round to finish well past second-placed Spaniard Adri Arnaus.
It crowns a remarkable comeback for Baldwin, who lost his Tour card in 2016 after a succession of injuries.
“It’s been a tough couple of years, so obviously getting the win means absolutely everything,” he said.
“I can’t process it right now, but it just means the world to me.”
After the remainder of his third round was suspended on Saturday due to darkness, Baldwin birdied three of his final four holes early Sunday to take a four-stroke lead in the final round.
Three birdies on the front nine then extended his lead to six shots on the turn.
He hit his first bogey of the day on the 11th, but birdies on the 13th and 14th extended his advantage and he finished the tournament with 18 under.
Arnaus was his closest challenger with under 11, while Scotland’s Ewen Ferguson was tied at five for third, one shot further.