Danny Willett held his nerve to triumph in his all-Sheffield battle with Matt Fitzpatrick and win the Omega European Masters.
The Steel City rivals headed into the final round in Switzerland leading the way, tied on -12.
And after a monumental battle throughout the afternoon, Willett triumphed by a single shot to earn a third professional career win.
The 27-year-old's performance follows on from a brilliant performance to tie for sixth at The Open last weekend.
And he was in contention for the European Masters throughout the weekend in the mountains at Crans-sur-Sierre.
Willett carded a five under par final round to secure the win, -17 for the tournament.
Fitzpatrick - who has endured a difficult first year as a professional - shot a 64 on Saturday to join Willett at the top of the leaderboard.
And the 20-year-old stayed in touch throughout Sunday but missed out by a single shot.
It was nevertheless the best professional career finish for the former world amateur number one.
Tyrrell Hatton completed an all-English top three when he carded a best-of-the-day 62 to finish two shots off the pace on -15.