Larrazabal made nine birdies and a bogey at the Lakes Course on Sunday to secure a one-shot victory over countryman Adrian Otaegui (66).

"What a day! But I knew that my golf was there," the 38-year-old Larrazabal said.

"I couldn't make any putts the first three days, but I told my girlfriend last night that she had to choose my clothing for the (winning) pictures.

"I knew that I had a low one in my bag and that's what I did. Today I holed putts and that was key.

"I mean, to shoot 62 in windy conditions with the flags out there, it was good."

Larrazabal finished with a 15-under 265 total, following up his victory at the MyGolfLife Open in South Africa.

Hennie Du Plessis, of South Africa, and Aaron Cockerill, of Canada, both shot 67s and tied for third, two shots behind.

RIGHT: Jake McLeod was the best of the Aussies in Spain sharing 38th. PHOTO: Andrew Redington/Getty Images.

Bad weather in north-east Spain had forced organisers to suspend the third round on Saturday with Scotland's Scott Jamieson at the top.

He eventually shot even par to finish in a tie for 10th, eight shots off the lead.

Australian Jake McLeod finished strongly with a 67 to finish joint 38th overall at three-under for the championships, while Wade Ormsby shot a 71 to end up joint-56th on level par.

The ISPS Handa Championship is the first of four consecutive events in Europe between the season's first two majors.

The Tour stays in Spain next week for the Catalunya Championship.

The two new events in Spain were added to the schedule to replace tournaments in Japan and China due to travel restrictions because of the coronavirus pandemic.