Chris Wood wins Lyoness Open in Austria, ahead of Cabrera-Bello
|Lyoness Open final-round leaderboard|
|-15 Wood (Eng); -13 Cabrera-Bello (Esp); -10 Rock, Dinwiddie & Fitzpatrick (all Eng); -9 Broberg (Swe), Hahn (US), Bourdy (Fra)|
England's Chris Wood came from five shots behind to win the Lyoness Open in Austria and claim his second European Tour title.
The 27-year-old carded 67 in the final round to finish on 15 under, two clear of runner-up Rafael Cabrera-Bello.
Wood's compatriots Robert Rock, Robert DinwiddieandMatthew Fitzpatrick shared third place, five strokes behind the winner.
Overnight leader Gregory Bourdy hit a 78 and dropped to a tie for sixth.
Wood, who tied for third in the 2009 Open Championship, told Europeantour.com: "I injured my wrist playing tennis last October and had to rest for five months.
"I came back in March and finished third in Morocco, which I thought would give me a lot of confidence, but then I didn't get the results after that and played quite poorly for a few weeks.
"But the last month I have felt I was playing well enough to win so it has been coming."
The Bristol-born golfer added: "It has been a while since the win in Qatar (2013) but it feels a lot better to say I am a two-time winner on Tour - it is a very special feeling to win out here so I am looking forward to celebrating this one."