Australian Matthew Zions claimed his first European Tour title with a seven-shot victory at the Saint-Omer Open in northern France.
The overnight leader made four birdies and two bogeys on his way to a two-under-par 69, to finish seven strokes ahead of Daniel Denison of England, Peter Gustafsson of Sweden and Craig Lee of Scotland.
Zions, 32, was a runner-up at last year's Karnten Golf Open on the Challenge Tour and his previous best result on the European Tour was a ninth-place finish at the 2007 New Zealand Open.
Victory in the co-sanctioned European Tour and Challenge Tour event earned the Aussie 100,000 euros and a one-year exemption to the main tour.
"It feels like I'm dreaming," said Zions. "The last four holes I was wondering when I could start thinking about winning, and when would be too soon that it tempted fate. I had a lump in my throat a couple of times.
"This is a huge day, it's hard to believe. My ball-striking was great all week and I hardly missed any greens. We're not out here just to collect the cheque.
"It was nice to feel those butterflies this morning and feel the adrenaline as I was coming down the stretch. That's why we play.
"If I was one or two ahead I might have been more nervous. But I tried to treat it like any other round, and on the second I hit a beautiful four iron 220 yards to about 20 feet, so that settled me a lot."