Denmark's Jeff Winther won his first European Tour title in the Mallorca Open, but nearly failed to make the tee on the final day.
A closing level-par 70 at Santa Ponsa was enough to give Winther a one-shot victory over Sweden's Sebastian Soderberg and home favourites Pep Angles and Jorge Campillo.
But it could have been a very different – and rather embarrassing – story if Winther's six-year-old daughter had not come to the rescue.
"After breakfast I went to have a shower and my wife came in to use the bathroom as well," Winther explained.
"The door closed (and) we locked ourselves in. The handle didn't work. Our little girl Nora, six years old, had to go and find guys at reception to break down the door.
"We were in there for 45 minutes I think. I thought, jeez not today, not Sunday, you're leading the freaking event. Might not get there for your tee time. What a morning."
"The door closed (and) we locked ourselves in. The handle didn't work. Our little girl Nora, six years old, had to go and find guys at reception to break down the door." - Jeff Winther.
Soderberg, who also finished runner-up in the Andalucia Masters at Valderrama seven days ago, held a share of the lead after 12 holes but bogeyed the 13th and 15th.
Winther took a two-shot lead into the final day following his second 62 of the week on Saturday, but Soderberg birdied the second, third and seventh to join Winther at the top of the leaderboard before the 33-year-old Dane made what would be his only birdie of the day on the 10th to reclaim the lead.
A birdie on the 11th saw Soderberg draw alongside his playing partner once more, only for the Swede to three putt the 13th and then fail to get up and down from a greenside bunker on the 15th.
That gave Winther some welcome breathing space and he had the luxury of dropping his only shot of the weekend on the 18th before celebrating with his wife and children on the green.
"I don't know what to say right now," Winther added. "I'm very pleased to see both of my kids here and my friends. It's fantastic. I'm overwhelmed.
"I don't know how we're going to celebrate. We've got a flight home tomorrow at 10 but tonight's going to be great I think."
Queenslander Scott Hend shot 69 on the final day to finish equal-20th, nine shots adrift.