Chris Wood wins Lyoness Open in Austria, ahead of Cabrera-Bello

Chris Wood
Chris Wood also won the Qatar Masters in 2013
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.

Sir Nick Faldo
Six-time major winner Sir Nick Faldo tweeted his congratulations to Wood

Wood, who tied for third in the 2009 Open Championship, told "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."