He translated that into title success over the following two days at Leeds Golf Club with rounds of 70 66 for an eight-under-par total.
It gave him a one-shot win over Brendan McGovern (69 68) with Paul Streeter (68 71) third and Andrew Sherborne (71 69) fourth.
James Murphy had a hole-in-one at the 232-yard par-3 16th on his way to a tie for eighth place alongside former European Tour player Jose Romero.
A field of over 50 professionals competed in the second staging of the event.
Nigel Sweet, the Operations Manager at Leeds Golf Centre – England Golf’s Club of the Year for 2017 – joined the Senior circuit for the first time in 2016 after playing the game for 38 years and set up the Senior Masters last year.