Spain's Adrian Otaegui claimed victory at the Scottish Championship as Northern Ireland's Jonathan Caldwell secured a top 10 finish.
Padraig Harrington, who had been in contention after the first two rounds, finished in a tie for 14th at the Fairmont St Andrew's course.
Caldwell's final round of 70 proved enough to come home in a tie for seventh on 14 under, nine shots behind Otaegui who triumphed by four strokes ahead of second placed Matt Wallace.
A pair of birdies each on the front and back nines helped Caldwell make progress, punctuated by bogeys on the second and fourth holes.
Harrington, meanwhile, finished off his final round with a 68 to sit on 12 under overall and picked up six birdies along the way, along with a pair of bogeys.
But it was Otaegui who would dominate the final round in style with an excellent 63, carding 10 birdies in an outstanding finale.
Overnight leader Wallace was unable to keep pace as his 71 saw the Englishman settle for second on 19 under, four shots back but two clear of compatriot Aaron Rai, who had won the Scottish Open two weeks previously as well as a runner-up finish at the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open seven days before that.
"This feels really good," Otaegui told EuropeanTour.com as he claimed his first strokes play event victory on the tour.
"I'm very happy with the way I played the whole week."