Kristoffer Broberg beat Patrick Reed in a dramatic play-off to claim his first European Tour title as he won the 2015 BMW Masters in Shanghai on Sunday.
The pair found themselves level overall on 17 under after 18 holes with Broberg going round in 68 and Reed in 67, but a birdie in the play-off at the 18th was enough to seal the win for the Swede.
According to the official European Tour website, the pair will take home $1,149,378 and $768,484 respectively.
Meanwhile, Danny Willett narrowly missed out on overtaking Rory McIlroy in the Race to Dubai, according to the European Tour's official Twitter feed:
Here is the final leaderboard:
|2015 BMW Masters: Final Leaderboard|
|Pos||Player||To Par||Day 4 Score|
|T3||Byeong Hun An||-16||70|
The full leaderboard can be found on the European Tour's official website.
Broberg began strongly as he carded four birdies in his first eight holes, the last of which gave him the lead per the European Tour:
A bogey at the ninth proved the Swede's only blemish in the remainder of the round, though he was only able to pick up one shot in the back nine.
Four birdies and a bogey helped Reed keep pace with the leader, and a stunning eagle at the 15th saw him pull level:
The American picked up a further shot at the 16th but was unable to hold on for the win as he immediately cancelled it out with a bogey on the 17th, ensuring the pair were tied after 18 holes:
Narrow misses for Thongchai Jaidee and Byeong Hun An ensured it would be a two-way fight for the victory:
Broberg put himself in an excellent position to win the play-off thanks to his incredible approach shot:
From there, the Swede made no mistake in sealing the birdie and the tournament win, as Reed could only make a par:
The 29-year-old was ecstatic with the win, telling the European Tour's official website: "That's a dream come true. I've worked so hard all my life for this. I have no words. I hit a good swing with my driver, a long one left side, and a pure nine iron into the green and made the putt."
Meanwhile Rory McIlroy will be relieved as Willett narrowed the points gap in the Race to Dubai to 1,613 points, but a bogey at the 17th proved costly for the Englishman who carded a score of two-under for the day.