Ashun Wu has become the most successful Chinese player in European Tour history as he birdied the last to beat England's Chris Wood into second at the KLM Open.
The victory in Holland was Wu's third on the European circuit, edging him one clear of the total held by Haotong Li.
Wu had to fight hard to overcome Wood in Spijk, with the 2016 Ryder Cup star leading for most of the day before the 33-year-old birdied three of his last five holes in a 67 to get to 16 under and win by one shot.
Australia's highest finisher at the event was Jason Scrivener, who was tied on nine-under 15th after carding a superb final-round of 65.
Compatriot Wade Ormsby was one of four players who tied for 20th on eight under.
Wood entered the day with a one-shot lead and made a bogey-birdie start, with Wu picking up shots on the second and fourth to edge into the lead.
A Wood birdie on the 6th coupled with a Wu bogey on the 7th gave the 30-year-old the lead at the turn, and further gains on the 10th and 11th meant Wood was three clear with seven to play.
A double-bogey after finding water on the next trimmed Wood's advantage and while he got back to two ahead with a birdie on the 13th, Wu made gains on the 14th and 15th before hitting a stunning second into the par-5 last to set up his closing birdie.
Belgian Thomas Detry and Japan's Hideto Tanihara were 14 under, a shot clear of Irish three-time major winner Padraig Harrington.