Higgo started the day at Golf Costa Adeje in Tenerife two strokes clear and pulled away from the chasing pack along with his first skilled ace on the par-three seventh gap.
The 21-year-old additionally produced seven birdies and two bogeys to maneuver to 27-under total and safe a six-shot victory over Australian Maverick Antcliff.
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“It is unreal, I performed so properly in the present day,” stated Higgo, who additionally triumphed on the Gran Canaria Lopesan Open a fortnight in the past. “I hit the ball very properly so it was so much much less irritating than the final time as a result of I used to be hitting it so much higher.
“I can not imagine it occurred so shortly once more however my recreation has been good so I can imagine it as properly.
“I have been working actually arduous, quite a lot of little issues, and I’ve additionally accepted what works for me and caught with that, I believe that is been a giant factor, and never if I do not play as properly search for one thing. I am simply going to try to preserve going.”
Antcliff fired 5 birdies and an eagle to surge up the leaderboard however by no means seemed like catching Higgo, whose third European Tour win in simply 26 occasions makes him the quickest South African to 3 victories, excluding Majors and World Golf Championships.
Finland’s Tapio Pulkkanen clinched third spot with a closing 66 that lifted him to 20-under, one shot forward of residence favorite Adri Arnaus, South Africa’s Dean Burmester, Nicolai Hojgaard of Denmark, England’s Andrew Johnston and Irishman Niall Kearney.