Spaniard Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano picked up his sixth European Tour victory after he won the Italian Open by two shots from Garth Mulroy.
The 31-year-old had a bogey free final round of 64 - eight-under-par - while South African Mulroy will rue the 6th and 17th, where he picked up bogeys.
Fernandez-Castano said: "It felt like match play out there and I'm delighted to have come out on top. It feels very special to win this tournament again. I knew it would have to be a low round to win and so it proved. The putts were going in today."
Ryder Cup rookie Nicolas Colsaerts briefly held the lead after he holed a four-foot eagle putt on the 5th but he could only par the back nine as his challenge faded leaving the top two to battle it out.
Gregory Bourdy fired a strong closing 65 to finish third, alongside Matteo Manassero, who hit nine birdies in the final round, with a double bogey on the 4th his only blemish.
Here are the clubs Fernandez-Castano used to win in Italy:
Driver: Cleveland, HiBore Monster XLS (9.5 degrees)
Fairway woods: Cleveland, Launcher FL (14 degrees) and Callaway, Big Bertha
Irons: Cleveland, CG1 Tour (3-PW)
Wedges: Cleveland 588 (52 and 58 degrees)
Putter: Odyssey, W/H XG # 9
Ball: Srixon Z-Star XV