Monthieux, France – Julien Quesne posted a three-under 68 stroke win at the Allianz Golf Open de Lyon.
Quesne, who won for the second time on the Challenge Tour, finished at 16- under-par 268.
The Frenchman had three birdies and a bogey on the front nine. Two of those birdies, on third and eighth, came on par-fives. For the week, he played those two holes in 10-under par with six birdies and two eagles.
Quesne had three more birdies to go with a pair of bogeys on the back nine at Golf du Gouverneur.
Pierre Relecom closed with a 66 to take second place at minus-14. Michael Lorenzo-Vera fired a seven-under 64 to match the low round of the day. He ended alone in third at 13-under-par 271, while Chris Doak (68) was one shot back at minus-12.