Adrian OtaeguiHe won the Andalucia Masters by six shots to take his first home win on Sunday.
The Spaniard shot a 3-under 68, with four birdies (and only one bogey), which left him at 19 under after four rounds. Thats seven shots more than his previous record at Valderrama.
Im very proud, Otaegui said. It was a great feeling to win my first tournament in Spain in front of all those people on my favorite Spanish golf course. Its amazing.
Otaegui was the fourth European Tour Champion, entering the final round with an easy six-shot lead.
Otaegui said, I tried to play my games. [I]Just tried to beat them, just tried my best to stay focused and play each hole with the same intensity. That was our goal today.