Long wait over for Donaldson
Jamie Donaldson secured a first European Tour win at the 255th time of asking after sealing a four-shot victory at the Irish Open.
The Welshman, who went into the final round at Royal Portrush leading by just one shot from England's Anthony Wall, fired three birdies on his first four holes and never looked back as he ended with a 66 - his best score of the tournament - to finish on 18 under par.
It completed a fantastic week for Donaldson as he had already won himself a BMW X6 car for a hole-in-one at the sixth on Thursday.
Wall had to settle for a joint-second finish alongside Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Fabrizio Zanotti on 14 under, while three-time major winner Padraig Harrington's expected rally did not come to fruition as the Irishman bogeyed the first hole on his way to a 70 that left him down in joint seventh position.
Rory McIlory and Graeme McDowell fired impressive final rounds of 67 and 66 to see them finish in 10th and 16th respectively, while Sweden's Mikael Lundberg hit the round of the day with a seven-under 65, moving him into a tie for fourth.