Shane Lowry has finished second at the Hong Kong Open after a strong final round performance.
The 2019 Open champion carded a 64 in Round 4 to surge up the leaderboard.
That left the Offaly native on 13 under for the tournament, four shots shy of eventual winner Wade Ormsby.
The Australian finished on 17 under with a final round 66 to complete a wire-to-wire victory, having been co-leader after the opening round.
It is Ormsby's second victory at the Hong Kong Open, having triumphed at the course in November 2017 for his first European Tour title.
For Lowry, he had the satisfaction of a positive end to the tournament, having started Sunday's final round six shots off the lead on seven under.
With this eagle on the par-five 13th hole @ShaneLowryGolf goes to six-under-par for the day. He's now the closest pursuer on -13, but still four shots behind Ormsby.#TheHKOpen #whereitsAT pic.twitter.com/bQI8FzWtAg— Asian Tour (@asiantourgolf) January 12, 2020
Next up for the 32-year-old is the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship which begins on 16 January.
Brooks Koepka, Danny Willett, Sergio Garcia, Martin Kaymer and Louis Oosthuizen are among the other major winners on the entry list.