Dean Burmester secured a dominant five-stroke victory, his first in four years, after a sublime Sunday at the Tenerife Open.

The South African was without a win worldwide since his breakthrough European Tour triumph at the Tshwane Open in 2017.

But Burmester, who entered the final round one shot off the lead, emphatically put an end to that wait with his first victory outside of Africa.

The 31-year-old saved his best display for Sunday, shooting a bogey-free nine-under 62 to move to 25 under.

His nearest challenger was Nicolai von Dellingshausen at 20 under, albeit only after an eagle at the last moved the German to three under for the day.

Von Dellingshausen had held a share of the lead with Kalle Samooja heading into the final round.

Samooja finished in a tie for third after a 69, joined by Adrian Meronk six strokes back.