Spain's Jon Rahm faced a tense wait to see if his stunning final round 62 was enough to win the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
Rahm started the day six shots off the lead but made two eagles and seven birdies to overtake early clubhouse leader Patrick Reed and set a testing target of 16 under par
The former US Open champion covered the back nine in just 29 shots despite a bogey at the 15th and finished in style with an eagle from 20 feet at the 18th.
"I was trying to go as low as I could and after playing the first seven holes in one below zero I thought I was behind. After that it was a period of not blackout golf,
but the kind of flow I'd like to get into." every round."
Reed earlier looked set to strike a notable blow in
Reed earlier looked set to strike a notable blow in the battle between LIV Golf and established tournaments as a closing 63 took him to 14 under.
The former Masters champion is one of 18 members of the Saudi-backed breakaway circuit to launch the flagship DP World Tour,
which Rory McIlroy said made him "sick to his stomach".
"I'm proud of it, I'm proud to be a global player and to come and play on the European Tour