JOHN Higgins beat Judd Trump to win the Kay Suzanne Memorial Trophy at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester.
The Wizard of Wishaw and four-time world champions beat Bristol's Trump 4-2 in the Players Tour Championship event at the Quedgeley venue to land the £10,000 top prize.
Higgins said: "Judd missed a couple of balls in the final and I played well. It's always great to win a tournament, especially beating Judd in the final.
"I struggled at times yesterday and won three matches 4-3, the conditions were difficult so I just had to scrap through, but I played better in the final."
Gloucester potter Michael Wasley reached the last 16 of a professional tournament for the first time, but was defeated 4-1 by Anthony Hamilton who reached the semi-finals before losing 4-3 to Higgins.
Results, last 16: Mark Selby 4 Tony Drago 3; Anthony Hamilton 4 Michael Wasley 1; Ian Burns 3 Barry Hawkins 4; John Higgins 4 Steve Davis 3; Mark Joyce 4 Dechewat Poomjaeng 2; Thanawat Tirapongpaiboon 3 Judd Trump 4; Graeme Dott 1 Mark Williams 4; Ding Junhui 4 Kyren Wilson 0.
Quarter-finals: Mark Selby 3 Anthony Hamilton 4; Barry Hawkins 3 John Higgins 4; Mark Joyce 2 Judd Trump 4; Mark Williams 2 Ding Junhui 4.
Semi-finals: Anthony Hamilton 3 John Higgins 4; Judd Trump 4 Ding Junhui 1.
Final: John Higgins 4 Judd Trump 2.