Paul Lawrie must have been wearing his lucky golf clothing over the weekend as he stormed back through the field on the final day to claim the Andalucia Open.
The Scot, who started the final round one shot ahead, quickly fell three shots behind due to a poor front nine.
However, the 1999 Open winner fought back and picked up birdies at 10, 11, 12 and 14 to regain the lead from Sweden's Johan Edfors.
Lawrie could even afford to drop a shot on the final hole to claim his first title win since his last tournament success at the Welsh Open at Celtic Manor in 2002.
The 42-year-old said: "2002 seems a long time ago, I played some lovely golf this week, I putted well and stayed patient.
"It's nice, it's been a long time, nine years, and I've had a few second places in there too."
After ending his nine-year drought there is no doubt Lawrie will be donning the same golf shirt at his next event in the hope the luck will stay with him.