Romero has struggled for form since winning the 2008 Zurich Classic of New Orleans and has slumped to 837th in the world rankings, but he can now look forward to a healthy European Tour exemption after his outstanding final round at the Golfclub Munchen Eichenried.
The previous four years had seen the victor score at least 17 under par at Eichenried, and Romero catapulted himself into a tie for the lead with six birdies in eight holes.
Romero then waited anxiously for the final pairing of Garcia and Bland, who revived his bid for a maiden European Tour win at the age of 44 with three consecutive birdies around the turn and another at the 14th got him into the group on 16 under.
Despite a rocky start on Sunday with a bogey at the first hole, Garcia, who waited almost two decades to notch his maiden major at Augusta, upped his game and hit a fine second shot on the third to rejoin the lead.
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Shortly before, Garcia had missed a par putt of three feet at the 16th, while Bland bogeyed the 17th having pushed his approach shot a long way right of the green. "We've got to go out there, play well again and see if we can pull it off".
The 837th-ranked Romero carded a bogey-free round of 65, the day's best, to finish on 17-under 271 overall, a shot better than Thomas Detry (66) and overnight leaders Sergio Garcia (69) and Richard Bland (69).
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"I think it was a good, solid day", Garcia told www.europeantour.com, as his 67 was matched by Bland with both men standing at 13 under par for the three rounds.
But it was in the second round that he gave away too many shots despite holing six birdies.
Rikard Karlberg (66) was fifth at 14 under, a stroke ahead of Tommy Fleetwood, who finished with an eagle for a 67, and Renato Paratore (68).
"I felt like I played quite well, not spectacular, but very consistent throughout the whole day". So I'm happy with that.
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