NEW DELHI - Jbe Kruger of South Africa won his first European Tour title Sunday, protecting his overnight lead by shooting a 3-under 69 for a two-shot victory at the Avantha Masters.
The 25-year-old Kruger made four birdies and overcame a bogey on the 17th to finish 14-under 274.
Jorge Campillo of Spain and Marcel Siem of Germany were two shots back in a tie for second.
Jose Manuel Lara of Spain and Australian Marcus Fraser finished joint fourth at 11 under.
Kruger finished second on the Asian Tour three times in 2010, while his best previous result on the European Tour was third at the Africa Open the same year.
His best on this year’s European Tour has been ninth at the Joburg Open in South Africa.
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