Australian golfer Wade Ormsby has shot a four-under-par 66 to win the Hong Kong Open by four strokes.
Ormsby, who led throughout, remained top with six birdies against a pair of bogeys on Sunday for 17-under 263 overall.
"When you get in front there's no point in trying to play defensive," said Ormsby.
"The guys had to come and catch me basically. I was hoping to win this season but to do it in week two of the year in my first event is special and it will be one I'll remember forever.
"I have three wins on the main tours in my career and this is my first wire-to-wire."
Irishman Shane Lowry had an eagle, five birdies and a bogey for the day's lowest score of 64, which left him four strokes behind Ormsby, who also won this tournament in 2017.
Thailand's Gunn Charoenkul, who started the final round in second place, shot a 69 to finish in sole possession of third place at 12-under 268.
Gunn's compatriot Jazz Janewattananond (68) was a further stroke back followed by American Tony Finau (67), who finished fifth after a double bogey on the par-four 18th.
Ormsby's fellow Australians in the field included David Gleeson and Terry Pilkadaris, who both finished nine shots behind their champion compatriot at eight-under.
Travis Smyth (seven-under), Andrew Martin (four-under), Marcus Fraser (one-under), Scott Hend and Jason Norris (both even) were among the Australians placed further behind.
The tournament began on Thursday after a six-week delay because of anti-government protests.
It was originally scheduled for November in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory that has seen more than six months of anti-government demonstrations.