England’s Tyrrell Hatton has won the Turkish Open at the fourth extra hole following a dramatic six-man play-off.
Ryder Cup player Hatton, 28, claimed the title after Austria’s Matthias Schwab missed a short par putt.
They finished under floodlights after six players had tied on 20 under par.
American Kurt Kitayama was knocked out after three holes while French duo Benjamin Hebert and Victor Perez, and South Africa’s Erik van Rooyen were eliminated at the first extra hole.
It was an incredible afternoon at the Montgomerie Maxx Royal course which ended with the first six-man play-off on the European Tour since 2003.
And it needed four goes at the 18th hole, a par five of 558 yards, to decide the outcome.