Scotland's Stephen Gallacher celebrated his first European Tour win in five years as he triumphed at the Hero Indian Open on Sunday.

The 44-year-old ended up a shot clear of Japan's Masahiro Kawamura, with whom he had shared the lead ahead of tackling the 18th.

That final hole saw Gallacher, who had started the day three shots off the top, register the seventh birdie of his one-under-par 71, and a third in four holes.

That was some recovery after he had earlier hit a quadruple-bogey eight at the seventh, leaving him five shots off the lead.

Nine under for the tournament, Gallacher - caddied by his son Jack - became a European Tour champion for a fourth time.

He said in quotes on the European Tour's official Twitter feed: "I stood on the eighth tee and thought 'I'm only five behind'.

"I hit my drive right down the middle and I thought 'on this golf course, with the weather and the wind swirling, just stay in touch', and I finished it off great."

When asked about having Jack as his caddy, he added: "It was brilliant. He was great as well, he is a great caddy and a top lad. He is quite chilled, nothing really bothers him.

"He just said 'keep doing what you are doing, go for your shot'. That's all you can do, just get the process right, just pick your shot and hit it, and make sure we had the right club. He was as cool as a cucumber.

"It's Mothers Day as well, which is even better, so I hope my mum back home is enjoying herself!"

Spaniard Jorge Campillo finished third, a shot behind Kawamura.

Julian Suri, who shared a two-shot lead overnight with Englishman Callum Shinkwin, ended up a further shot back alongside South Africa's Christiaan Bezuidenhout.

American Suri had led by three after 12 holes but registered a quadruple bogey of his own on the 14th.

Shinkwin posted six bogeys en route to finishing as part of a four-man group on five under, which also included Campillo's compatriot Nacho Elvira, George Coetzee and Erik Van Rooyen.