Adrian Otayguy cruised in the final round to win the Andalusia Masters by six shots for his first home win on Sunday.
The Spaniard had four birdies and just one bogey in a 3-under 68 that left him on 19 after four rounds, seven strokes better than the previous record at the famous Valderrama Golf Course.
“I’m very proud,” Otagi said. “I’m very happy to get my first win in Spain, in front of those people, on my favorite golf course in Spain. Simply unbelievable.”
Sweden’s Joachim Lagergren (68) finished second, three strokes ahead of Australia’s Min Woo Lee (70) in third place.
It was a fourth European Tour title for Otagi, who entered the final round with a comfortable six-shot lead.
“I tried to play my game,” Otagui said. “[I] He tried to beat others, I tried to stay focused and play every hole with the same intensity. That was the goal today.”