Alex Wrigley produced a dominant display over the final two days to win the Mercedes-Benz International Pro-Am at Al Ain Golf Club in the UAE.
The Great Britain and Ireland PGA Cup player from Hartlepool took the title for the first time having finished as runner-up in 2015 and 2016.
Wrigley posted a course record 63 in the third round before closing with a three under-par 67 to win the tournament in style on
14 under-par (266).
Wrigley held off another PGA Cup player, Chris Gane, who finished second – four shots behind with Westerhope’s Michael Nesbit third. Wrigley’s team also took second place in the team event.
“It was a totally different final day to what we’ve been used to out here with no sun,” said Wrigley. “I love this place, I can read the greens really well and the holes just seem to suit me – even the new nine hole.