(CNN) -- Australia's Marcus Fraser secured the biggest win of his career on Sunday when completing a start-to-finish victory in the 54-hole Ballantine's Championship at the Pinx Golf Club in Jeju Island, South Korea.
The 31-year-old dropped just two strokes in the tournament, reduced to three rounds because of poor weather, to claim his first European Tour success in seven years and just his second ever.
Fraser finished on 12-under-par 204, four clear of Northern Irishman Gareth Maybin -- who bogeyed the last hole to lose sole possession of second place -- and fellow-Australian Brett Rumford.
"I have had so many chances to win in seven years and you just don't know if it is going to be your day, and it was. I just can't believe it," Fraser -- whose only other victory was in the 2003 Russian Open -- told the official European Tour Web site.
"The second win is harder than the first one, it has just been so long. I have had so many chances to win over the last seven years and I haven't done it so to go out there and play how I did this week is a big lift."
Meanwhile, 37-year-old American Jason Bohn was three shots clear of the field in the third round of the Zurich Classic, when play was suspended due to darkness.
Bohn, who is six holes into his round in the weather-affected tournament, is on 12-under-par -- three clear of Greg Chalmers (seven holes) and Alex Cejka (six holes).