Min Woo Lee clinched his second European Tour title as he was the last man standing after a three-way play-off at the Scottish Open on Sunday.

The Australian's opening two rounds of 68 and 69 gave Lee a decent platform heading into the weekend, and from there he really found his groove.

A 65 on Saturday was bettered by only Lucas Herbert and Alexander Bjork, while Lee's final-round 64 was second to Ian Poulter's 63, the Englishman setting the clubhouse lead at 17 under par earlier on Sunday.

But Lee rattled off six birdies on the trot on the front nine and he added another after the turn to then set the benchmark at 18 under.

Thomas Detry, who had earlier edged ahead from a five-way tie for the lead, and Matt Fitzpatrick were the only two who could answer the challenge set by Lee.

The trio returned to the 18th for a sudden death play-off, and Lee, who had agonisingly missed a birdie attempt on that hole not long prior, had his eye in when it mattered most.

The 22-year-old sunk a birdie from nine feet to see off his rivals and pocket just shy of £1 million in prize money, as well as securing a spot at next week's Open.

Understandably emotional afterwards, Lee was somewhat stunned at his own performance and dedicated it to loved ones and fans at home.

"It's an awesome day, I was pretty proud of how I played. Six birdies in a row, that was sweet. It kind of happened really quick," he said.

"I could have holed a few more putts, in regulation I missed it by a roll, that was painful but we regrouped and the tournament starts in the play-off, pretty much.

"It's just crazy, I've kind of dreamt of it last night and people back home staying up late to watch me, sending messages. This one is for you too.

"I hit a lot of good shots today, that was just one of them. In that situation, it's a huge moment but I hit so many great shots.

"I've been playing really good in recent weeks and just trending, a few mistakes over the whole tournament and wasn't able to capitalise so it's awesome to do it here. I'll enjoy this one."