Tyrrell Hatton of England tees off on the 2nd hole during the 3rd round of the DP World Tour Championship golf tournament at the Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016.
That was one better than compatriot Tyrrell Hatton who made a bogey on the last hole after hitting his tee shot into the water.
Henrik Stenson won the Race to Dubai for the second time in his career as the Swede shot a seven-under par 65 on the final day to finish on a 12-under par total, with none of his rivals doing any better than that.
"I'm very pleased to get my name on this trophy once again", said Stenson.
Charl Schwartzel finished alone in third at 14 under par, two back of Hatton.
"It means the world", he beamed.
He added while he had not played consistently throughout the year, "at the right times I've played some great golf".
You look at the names on this trophy, from Seve Ballesteros to Sir Nick Faldo to Bernhard Langer, and Rory in later years, it shows a lot of history and it means an very bad lot to win it twice'.
"I've always thought it was going to be hard to top 2013, but I think I've done that this year", said British Open champion Stenson.
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The 22-year-old had entered the 72nd hole of the tournament trailing by a single stroke, but was presented with a five-foot putt to win the title after Hatton could only bogey the last. "Now I just need to get that win". Maybe not to the level of golf over six months, but certainly with the highlights of winning The Open, the Olympics and managed to win the Race to Dubai again.
"He was actually disappointed not to win it but I told him not to be too greedy", Molinari said.
'But I can take an terrible lot out of how I've played since the low-point of missing the cut at the USPGA in August.
Fitzpatrick, who earned his card exactly two years ago, shot a final-round 67 to finish on 17-under 271.
Coming into the tournament second on the money list, Masters victor Danny Willett's challenge wilted as a 76 and a 217 total left him well out of contention for both the event and season honours.
It's been a pretty special season for the European Tour, and fittingly, it concluded on Sunday in Dubai at the DP World Tour Championship with some suitable drama.
Fitzpatrick needed to par the last to tie and a birdie to win the tournament. "It was great to see his consistency rewarded, not just with the Race to Dubai but with a major championship as well".
When I think about that week, I couldn't have imagined standing here having won a couple of events including the FedEx Cup on the PGA Tour'.