He won on his 285th European Tour appearance, 17 years after making his debut on the tour and just seven days after triumphing on the developmental European Challenge Tour.
USA golfer Bryson DeChambeau has come under fire for snubbing European Porsche Open victor Richard McEvoy as he celebrated on the 18 green. "I'm absolutely over the moon", he said. The victory earns him a two-year European Tour exemption. "I've tried to enjoy my golf as much as possible", he said.Meanwhile, John said he was overjoyed at his finish despite narrowly missing out on a play-off with McEvoy and that being deaf is something to which he has become accustomed.
"It started a couple of weeks ago, I played a pro-am at Queenwood and shot 64 - a course record - and beat the likes of Rory, Justin Rose, Adam Scott and a few other boys and that was the start of the confidence kick, really".
"That's a pretty wonderful feeling and gives me a lot of confidence in the abilities that I can do on a golf course".
McEvoy made ground on the front nine, taking only 32 shots to edge ahead of DeChambeau - who had led the previous evening, battled back after the rain but then dropped a shot with a missed putt for par on the 16th.
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Dechambeau suffered one of the all-time final round collapses.
In contrast DeChambeau twice landed in the water on the final hole, with his triple bogey eight dropping him to a share of 13th place after a six-over 78.
It was a late finish at the Green Eagle Golf Courses because play was suspended as lightning flashed ahead for nearly three hours during mid-afternoon. He did the former, rolling in a final birdie on the par-five 18th - a relative surprise given his putter hadn't been the strongest part of his game during the final round. But I fought hard, I believed and even at the last I overpowered my caddie to lay it up and give myself the best opportunity to make birdie and managed to do it.
The 39-year-old from Essex, who has never finished inside the top 100 in the Order of Merit in any of his 17 seasons on tour, was up against Masters champion Patrick Reed and formidable young American, Bryson DeChambeau.