Teenager Rasmus Hojgaard claimed his second European Tour title at the UK Championship as he came through a play-off with Justin Walters at The Belfry.
Hojgaard, who won the Mauritius Open back in December, made it two wins from 15 starts and denied the 39-year-old Walters his first European Tour success.
The 19-year-old Dane carded a seven-under 65 to move to 14 under, an eagle three at the 17th key to him claiming the clubhouse lead.
Walters, who had led since his first-round 64, went round the final 18 in 70, a nervy par putt sealing his place in a play-off that Martin Kaymer missed out on with a bogey at the par-five 17th.
The South African recovered after sending his second shot into the rough on the first extra hole to save par and take the pair back to the 18th tee once more.
Yet he was unable to dig himself out of trouble after finding the bunker with his tee shot, giving Hojgaard the chance to two-putt from the edge of the green for a dramatic victory.
By claiming the second triumph of a remarkable rookie season, Hojgaard becomes the second-youngest multiple winner on the European Tour behind Matteo Manassero.