Lee Westwood has emerged triumphant in Jakarta to win his second consecutive Indonesian Masters crown.
The world number three finished on 16-under to win by two shots ahead of Thaworn Wirachant.
Westwood was forced to play 32 holes on the final day of the tournament, which had been affected by rain.
"Today was hard. It is never easy playing in these conditions and I had to play 32 holes," The Mirror quotes the 38-year-old as saying. "It was draining out there and I was really feeling it on the back nine.
"When you are in contention and under pressure, it seems to zap your energy. You never know how to play with such a big lead, whether to attack or defend and it's quite hard mentally.
"Hopefully this will kick-start my year. I've played well without any wins so hopefully I can go on and win other tournaments."