Canizares only had one bogey in his final round
-22 A Canizares (Esp)
-18 D Drysdale (Sco)
-17 M Lundberg (Swe), G Murphy (Ire)
-16 L Westerberg (Swe)
Spain's Alejandro Canizares shot seven birdies in the final round to take victory at the Russian Open in Moscow.
Canizares, the son of former Ryder Cup player Jose-Maria Canizares, fired a six-under 66 to hold off the challenge of Scotland's David Drysdale.
Drysdale could only manage a 69 in his final round to finish in second place, four strokes behind.
Last year's winner Mikael Lundberg of Sweden had a hole in one at the par-three eighth for joint third.
"This is unbelievable," said Canizares. "This means everything.
"I was trying to get my card through exemptions and now I have done it by winning my third event so this is way beyond my expectations.
"Now I can focus on winning more. I hit the ball great this week and my
rhythm and timing with my irons was perfect.
"This is probably the best that I have played so far in my career, one of my
best weeks ever."