Northern Eire’s Jonathan Caldwell carded an excellent 8-under-par 64 to clinch his maiden European Tour win on the Scandinavian Combined on Sunday.
Caldwell got here from three photographs behind to win in Gothenburg, Sweden by a single stroke.
The 37-year-old fired eight birdies and an eagle on the best way to ending the event at 18 beneath.
“My dad and mom have been with me the entire approach,” Calwell stated in an emotional post-round interview as he wiped away tears. “I stay up for speaking them tonight.”
Adrian Otaegui had a share of the lead as he stepped as much as the tee on the par-4 18th gap, however the Spaniard walked off with a bogey after he three putted.
Otaegui completed tied-second alongside England’s Alice Hewson.
4 gamers entered the ultimate day with a share of the lead, together with Sweden’s Caroline Hedwall, who grew to become the primary lady to solo-lead a European Tour occasion after she fired a 64 on Friday.
Hedwall had a tricky remaining spherical, carding a 76 to complete tied-Seventeenth 8-under.