Yorkshire’s Danny Willett picked up the second European Tour title of his career after carding a final-round six-under-par 66 to convincingly win the Nedbank Golf challenge in Sun City, South Africa.
The Englishman holed six birdies on Sunday to finish 18 under for the tournament and seal a four-shot victory, beating fellow countrymen Ross Fisher and Luke Donald to the prize.
It was a frustrating final round for Donald, who came into the final day leading by a shot on 13 under, but could only close with a one-over 73.
He ended up finishing two shots behind Fisher, who registered seven birdies and three bogeys in a final-round 68.
Marcel Siem finished three shots further back on nine under after shooting a 68, while Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat was fifth on seven under.