"It feels great. I didn't know what to expect when I came here but to play a course like this which is in great condition - it's a great technical golf course as well - it was beyond my expectation and to hold the trophy is even better," said Luiten, who is expected to rise to No. 65 in the new rankings on Monday.
"I'm very happy, 7-under, no bogeys, seven birdies - that's what you want every day," said Luiten, who missed three cuts in his last four tournaments. "I knew my game wasn't far off and the good thing about golf is there's always next week. This week it feels nice."