Marcel Siem earned his first DP World Tour win since 2014 with a one-shot victory in the Indian Hero Open.
The German closed with a four-under 68 in New Delhi to repel competition from fellow countryman Yannik Paul to finish on 14-under and secure his fifth DP World Tour win and first at this level since the 2014 BMW Masters.
The 42-year-old entered the final round a shot behind then-leader Paul but soon entered the lead after he made four birdies in the opening 11 holes including an impressive 20-foot birdie at the fourth.
This lead was then eradicated after Siem made a bogey on the 13th and Paul birdied the same hole to reach level on 13-under.
Siem recovered well to regain the lead with a birdie on the 15th and then cemented the victory with three pars.
“I’m a winner again, come on!” Siem proclaimed.
“This means a lot because two years ago I wasn’t even sure if I could still compete on the DP World Tour.”
Paul finished alone in second on 13-under while Ductchman Joost Luiten finished in third a further shot behind.
The next event on the DP World Tour is the Kenya Open taking place at the Muthaiga Golf Club between March 9-12.