Finland's Mikko Korhonen shrugged off two weather delays to cruise to his first European Tour title in the inaugural Shot Clock Masters.
Korhonen took a five-shot lead into the final round at Diamond Country Club and carded a closing 69 to finish 16 under par, six shots ahead of Scotland's Connor Syme.
Syme, 22, who only turned professional last September and was ranked 836th in the world at the start of the week, holed from 60 feet for a birdie on the 18th to secure outright second, a shot ahead of Steve Webster, Nicolas Colsaerts, Justin Walters and Raphael Jacquelin.
Derryman Ruaidhri McGee was the best placed of the Irish. His final-round 69 - McGee's best round of the weekend - left him on three-under for the tournament.
Tom McKibben and Gavin Moynihan both missed the cut.