An comes from behind to win in Switzerland

08/23/2014 2:05 PM

08/23/2014 2:08 PM

Geneva, Switzerland ( - Byeong-hun An fired an 8-under 64 on Saturday to come from behind and win the Rolex Trophy.

An collected his first career win on the European Challenge Tour at 19-under- par 269.

Benjamin Hebert (72) finished alone in second place at Golf Club de Geneve at 16-under.

Lasse Jensen, who held the lead at the end of the second and third rounds, tripped to a 3-over 75 during his final round to fall into a tie for third with Callum Shinkwin (69) at 15-under 273.

Sam Hutsby (67) took fifth at minus-14.

An entered the day seven shots behind Jensen, but he started to make his move with back-to-back birdies at the fourth and fifth. He rolled in another gain at the eighth to move to 14-under.

An then caught fire around the turn, starting with three birdies in a four- hole stretch from the 10th. After parring the 14th, he reached 19-under with consecutive gains at the 15th and 16th. He parred the last two holes to finish there.

Jensen, meanwhile, recorded bogeys at the fifth and ninth around a birdie at the seventh to make the turn at 17-under.

He would drop two more shots at the 11th and 18th to end four shots off the pace.

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