Malaga maestro Pablo Martin created history when he became the first amateur to win on the European Tour.
The Spaniard, 20, fired a bogey free 68 to win the Portuguese Open by two shots from Rafael Jacquelin on seven under - but didn't earn a penny.
Jacquelin took the winner's cheque for €208,330 as Oklahoma State University star Martin vowed to resist the temptation to turn professional until the summer.
Martin said: "I've already thought about it. I've got to play with Oklahoma. They've been giving me so many things and it does not enter my mind right now."
Dubliner Dr David Sheahan won the 1962 Jeyes Tournament at Royal Dublin as an amateur but that was before the formation of the European Tour.
Peter Lawrie earned €21,187 for a share of 11th place after a 69 with Paul McGinley nine shots behind the winner in tied 25th after a third successive 70.
Kilkenny's Gary Murphy closed with a 76 to finish at the back of the field on nine over