Alexander Levy has finished the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth in style carding a five-under par 67.
The excellent final round has currently put the Frenchman into a tie of 9th on the leader board but with many players still on the course that position is likely to change.
Sunday's round signaled the end of a brilliant tournament for the 23-year old as he sits ranked 19 in the Race to Dubai.
He began Sunday on two-under par for the tournament but bogeyed the first hole, like he did on Friday and Saturday.
But a consistent run of five pars in a row meant that Levy had got off to a steady start. A bogey on the 8th was sandwiched between birdies on seven and nine meaning he completed his first nine holes on level par.
But it was after the turn that the world number 135 turned on the style. Two pars were followed up by two birdies before two further pars.
He went onto the 16th on four-under par for the tournament but three consecutive birdies saw him finish his round with a great chance for a top-10 finish.
His round of 67 joined his previous rounds of 71, 73 and 70 to leave him on seven-under par for the tournament with a stroke average of 71.04.
Levy will be pleased with his GIR% for the tournament which was 72.6 and his putts per GIR which was 1.810.
He now has an anxious wait to discover if he has made a top-10 finish at Wentworth.
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