Welshman Jamie Donaldson has ended a 10-year tournament drought with victory in the Irish Open.
A final round of 66 provided the 36-year old a four shot win and his first European Tour title in 255 attempts - secured with a 25-foot putt on the 18th.
He recorded five birdies in his final seven holes to finish ahead of Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Fabrizio Zanotti and England's Anthony Wall, who all tied for second place on 14-under par. Mikael Lundberg, who led for part of the final day, and Mark Foster finished a shot behind on 13-under.
Pontypridd-born Donaldson becomes the third Welshman to lift the trophy after Ian Woosnam (1988,1989) and Stephen Dodd (2005).
World number two Rory McIlroy shared 10th place on 11-under par in front of a huge home crowd. It is the first time the tournament has been staged in Northern Ireland since 1953.
"I'm buzzing," Donaldson said. "And I'm so happy to have won on this course - I don't think we have played a better one on the European Tour."