Peter Hanson won the KLM Open in dramatic style earlier this week, eagling the final hole to slip ahead of the pack and take victory by two strokes at the Hilversumsche Golf Club (September 9, local time).
Using a state of the art TaylorMade R11S Driver, Hanson turned in another excellent round of 67 to follow up scores of 66, 66 and 67 over the first three days.
The 34-year-old Hanson showed incredible composure to claim the win, in light of the fact that his young son had been hospitalised a few days earlier with respiratory problems.
"It has been an up and down week with my little son ill in hospital, so it just puts golf into perspective," said Hanson after the win.
"You also don't think straight when a family may be ill, as they are the most important thing."
Hanson sunk a 10.6 metre putt on the final par five to seal the victory at 14 under, two strokes ahead of Pablo Larrazabal and Richie Ramsay.
Early event leader Graeme Storm will be particularly disappointing, having turned in his worst round of the tournament on the final day.
After going bogeyless over the first two rounds, the Englishman made three of them over the front nine alone and managed only one birdie on his way to a three over round of 73.
Hanson has been named on the European Ryder Cup team alongside captain Jose Maria Olazabel and world number one Rory McIlroy.