Hexham, England – Former club pro Paul Wesselingh fired a five-under 67 on Sunday to come from behind and win the PGA Seniors Championship on the European Senior Tour.
Wesselingh finish three rounds at six-under 210 and won by a stroke over Anders Forsbrand and Andrew Oldcorn, both of whom carded two-under 70s on Sunday.
With Friday's play wiped out due to inclement weather at De Vere Slaley Hall, the tournament was trimmed to three rounds.
Mark James held the lead heading into Sunday, but a two-over 74 ruined his chances.
Wesselingh netted two birdies on the front nine, but fell back to two-under par for the championship with a bogey at the par-five 11th, a hole he double- bogeyed in round one.
Wesselingh birdied four in a row after the hiccup at 11. That run got him to six-under, where he stayed thanks to three late pars.
James fell down the leaderboard after four bogeys over his last 10 holes.
Oldcorn made his last birdie at 14 and it just wasn't enough.
Forsbrand reached six-under par after back-to-back birdies at 15 and 16. Unfortunately, a bogey at the 17th knocked Forsbrand one back and a par at the last guaranteed the title for Wesselingh.