England's Kenneth Ferrie won a dramatic play-off in Tenerife to claim his first European Tour title.
Ferrie had finished the tournament on 22 under par alongside Ireland's Peter Lawrie and Peter Hedblom of Sweden.
Ferrie came through a three-way play-off
He then sealed the win in the play-off by birdieing the 18th hole, while Lawrie and Hedblom failed to do better than par.
All three men had birdied the par five in the first play-off hole, but on the second occasion Ferrie's huge drive and stunning approach to 10 feet made victory his.
The win means a £200,000 reward for Ferrie as well a two-year exemption from qualifying for European Tour events.
"I'm really pleased," he said. "I had a couple of rocky patches, but then everything came together.
"This is the first time I've been in this situation and I didn't know what to expect. But I coped with it better than I thought I would."
There had been plenty of drama before the play-off, with Dubliner Lawrie, in his first full season on the circuit, sinking a four-foot eagle putt at the last to set the target.
Hedblom looked set to beat that, but three-putted the hole for par, missing from five feet.
-22 Kenneth Ferrie
(Ferrie wins play-off)
When Ferrie birdied the 15th, 16th and 17th to draw level he was favourite to win.
But a bad drive at the downwind 542-yard 18th led to a par five for him as well.
Londoner Brian Davis missed a 12-foot eagle chance on the 18th and finished a stroke behind along with Dane Mads Vibe-Hastrup.
The tournament also included a welcome return to form for Gary Evans, the Englishman who came so close to winning the Open at Muirfield last year.
He finished with a 72-hole total of 20 under, while compatriot Paul Casey tied with him on sixth.
Ryder Cup hero Philip Price made it a top-10 finish on 19 under, tied with nine other players on that mark, including Spain's Jose Maria Olazabal.
Seventeen-year-Spaniard sensation Pablo Martin, who was joint leader overnight, could only manage a 74 and finished joint 23rd.