Raphael Jacquelin has won the Spanish Open after a dramatic three-way playoff on the final day.
The Frenchman was happy but tired after the epic two-hour playoff.
"That is very tiring, but I am really, really happy," said Jacquelin.
"I could not make any putts [during the playoff] but the last one dropped which means a lot for me and my family."
The playoff saw each man par the first two attempts at hole 18, while on the third Aguilar missed the green, Kieffer left himself a 30-footer and Jacquelin produced an excellent approach.
The German holed his putt, meaning that he and Jacquelin would have to play the hole for a fourth time, this time without Aguilar.
Kieffer and Jacquelin matched each other a further five times, before on the ninth attempt, Jacquelin produced a good chip to leave himself a tap-in and won the tournament.