England’s Matt Wallace putted three times on the first hole of a shoot-off to give South Africa’s Thriston Lawrence victory at the Omega European Masters in Switzerland on Sunday.
The win was Lawrence’s second DP World Tour title of the season.
He took a three-shot lead in the final round, but Wallace closed the gap with four birdies in a 66 as the pair finished tied at 18 under par.
“It’s a privilege to be able to get this victory,” said Lawrence, 25.
The win will move Lawrence from 131st in the world rankings to inside the top 100 and he added: “It’s a dream come true.
“I was happy with my patience this week and so happy to have been able to win.”
On the first hole of the play-offs – the 18th – Wallace, 32, was unable to make par, ceding the title to Lawrence.
England’s Richard Mansell finished two shots outside the play-offs after a final round 67, with Scotland’s Scott Jamieson, France’s Antoine Rozner and Spain’s Jorge Campillo sharing fourth place with under-15s.