SAINT NOM LA BRETECHE, France -- Germany's Alex Cejka shot a 3-under-par 68 to capture the Lancome Trophy on Sunday.
Spain's Carlos Rodiles shot a 66 but finished second by two strokes.
It was the fourth European Tour title for Cejka, whose previous victories came in 1995, when he finished sixth in the European money list.
Cejka, who began the day tied for the lead with Maarten Lafeber of the Netherlands, finished with a 12-under 272 and picked up a check for $231,500. Rodiles finished at 274.
France's Jean-Francois Lucquin shot a 66 to tie for third with Argentina's Angel Cabrera, who shot a 67. Both men finished at 275.