Scottish Connor Syme was one of the five winners of the virtual event played over Royal Club Valderrama
Connor Syme achieved a second virtual title in two weeks of sharing the honor at the BMW Indoor Invitational.
De Schot, Matthew Jordan, the Spanish Ryder Cup stars from England, Sergio Garcia and Rafa Carbrera Bello, plus the Frenchman Damien Perrier all placed below average 71 over Real Club Valderrama.
The £ 8,100 prize money is shared by charities by each player.
"Valderrama was just as strong as in real life," said Syme, who also won Royal Portrush.
"Guys like Sergio and Rafa were involved, so competing with them and being on top was cool."
Jordan added, "I'm excited to take the win on Valderrama – it's one of my favorite jobs, it's a little tight and narrow so any of my friends watching this will be confused about how I won. "
The 38 player fi It field for the 18-hole strokeplay home tournament organized by the European Tour included former world number one Martin Kaymer and Belgian Ryder Cup star Nicolas Colsaerts.
Former Masters winner Garcia, who has won four times in Valderrama in the Andalucia Masters, donated his share of the prize money to the Red Cross of Spain.
The European Tour – suspended since March 8 due to coronavirus – will resume in July with a six-week & # 39; UK Swing 'tournament and runs until December.