The winner was 16th on Garcia’s European tour and was the first Masters Champion title in the Netherlands in 2017.
Danish 18-year-old Nikolai Hodggard made two strokes to the Spaniard after the third round, but almost lost the lead, but missed the eagle pat on the 18th, with a birdie 4 under 68 and 2 I signed in. .
The discreet Garcia who made Bogey the 17th played it safely on the 18th of Par Five and sunk a foot pad and decided the title.
“Great week, great,” Garcia said. “We had a great week. I’m glad I could win again. I just wanted the last five.”
Garcia’s final round was far from ideal. He sunk seven birdies, including four at front 9, but offset by four bogies.
However, as others struggled, he successfully held his ninth 54-hole lead in his European tour career.
Callum Shinkwin, an overnight leader of an English fellow, carded 74 poor rounds and dropped the leaderboard to fifth place.
British wallet Matt Wallace finished 3 shots, 3 shots later in 3rd place, and compatriots James Morrison finished another shot with 4 shots.
(Reporting by Bangalore Rohith Nair, editing by Clare Fallon)