Paul Dunne produced a spectacular finish to a successful week as he beat Scott Vincent on the Shootout hole to finish third at the ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth.
The Irishman recorded an excellent 66 on Saturday to earn a seeding for the knockout stages and beat Matt Jager and Gareth Paddison before being defeated 1up by eventual winner and great friend Ryan Fox in the semi-finals.
He was two up after two in the battle for third but Vincent holed a long putt on the fifth and won the sixth to take it to the extra hole, where the Zimbabwean put his tee-shot in the grandstand.
That left the way clear for Dunne to hit the pin with what proved to be his final shot of the week after Vincent's concession.
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"I thought I had it won with two holes to go," he said. "I was in nicely, five feet on the second-last hole, and Scott was 35 feet and he holed it.
"It was 99 yards, I couldn't tell if it was going to play 110 or 120 with the wind. He went up first, I think he hit his 120 club and he flew it into the grandstand, so I kind of made up my mind and just hit a nice shot.
"Without the wind and the situation it's a pretty basic shot, like 99 yards from a ball in hand, but it was nice to pull it off and get third place. I would have preferred to go a couple better."
He added: "Six holes is so short, anything can happen. Normally in match play momentum is so important but over six holes you can't even get momentum, it's just a matter of throwing shocks in people's faces and seeing how they react to it."