Yamanashi, Japan (SportsNetwork.com) - Hiroshi Iwata fired a final-round, 5-under 66 on Sunday and he came from behind to win the Fujisankei Classic by one shot.
Iwata, who's 66 was tied for the lowest round of the day, finished the week at 10-under 274 at Fujizakura Country Club. The win is Iwata's first on tour.
Beginning the day tied for third, Iwata started his round with a par before making his first birdie on the par-3 second hole. Following four more pars, Iwata made birdie on two of his next three holes at seven and nine, making the turn at minus-3.
Iwata's first and only bogey of the round came on No. 10, but he responded quickly with another gain on 11. After a pair of pars, Iwata poured in his fifth birdie. Iwata closed his round with three pars and a birdie on the last, which proved to be the deciding stroke as he claimed a 1-shot victory.
In-Hoi Hur finished in sole possession of second place at 9-under 275 after his final-round, 3-under 68. Brendan Jones (67) ended right behind Hur in third place at minus-8.
Daisuke Kataoka (70), Hyung-Sung Kim (71) and Yuta Ikeda (73) all finished tied for fourth at 5-under 279, five shots back of Iwata.