Irish golfer Graeme McDowell won the Celtic Manor Wales Open today after shooting a final round 63.
The 30-year-old Ryder Cup player, from Portrush, triumphed by three shots ahead of Welsh prospect Rhys Davies, who hit a new course record 62 that included six birdies and two eagles.
McDowell's 64-63 finish - he feared he was going to miss the cut on Friday - was only three outside the best ever on the circuit.
Third place went to Luke Donald, the man who pipped Davies in last week’s Madrid Masters. His three-week trip back to Europe has brought him a win, a second and a third and he is even closer now to regaining his cup spot.
Gallacher shared fourth with England’s Robert Rock and Italian Edoardo Molinari, but Siem fell back to seventh with a 74.