Garcia was part of the European team that won the Ryder Cup in September. Valderrama Masters – last leaderboard-12 S Garcia (Spa); -8 S Lowry (Ire); -6 M Korhones (Fin); -5 A Chesters (Eng); -4 G Fernandez-Castano (Spa), M Kieffer (Ger), L Westwood (Eng)
Sergio Garcia won his third Valderrama Masters in a row after the event was reduced to 54 holes and on the fifth day was completed due to bad weather.
The Masters champion 2017, 38, was three clear on 10 under with 11 holes left to the fifth day and ended on 12 under after a 69.
Shane Lowry from Ireland came second after a round of 66, he left him at eighteen.
Lowry came in a shot from Garcia with three consecutive birdies after the turn, but the Spaniard held out.
While Lowry had a double lead bogey on the 15th, Garcia added birdies on the 14th and 17th and gave himself a pillow last.
Lee Westwood from England Sunday made four birdies to go to second position but ended up in a shared fifth place a 70.
His compatriot Ashley Chesters was fourth after a final 72.  59002]
Scot Richie Ramsay assured himself of his playing rights for 2019 after having finished in a 11-by-2 share to jump to 115th in the rankings of Race to Dubai.
The 116 best players keep their cards for next season and England claimed David Horsey last place after sharing the 42nd place in Andalusia.