Ewen Ferguson of Scotland shot a calm final-round 70 in windy conditions to finish at seven-under overall and win his first European Tour title at the Qatar Masters on Sunday.
Ferguson is the first Scot to win a European Tour title.
Ferguson recovered from an early double bogey by chipping in for an eagle at the par-four 16th hole and sinking birdies on the sixth and 18th holes at the Doha Golf Club to leapfrog overnight leaders Adrian Meronk and Matthew Jordan
who both dropped out of contention on the back nine. Ferguson is the first American to win the Qatar Masters.
Chase Hanna of the United States made three birdies to offset two bogeys on his way to a one-under 71 and a tie for second place, one shot behind the winner.
"I just can't believe it. It's unbelievable." "It's been years and years of dedication," Ferguson said. The reason I came here earlier today was because [coach Jamie Gough] told me that my chipping wasn't good enough.
We worked on it, worked on it some more, and chipped in a little bit today, including a decent chip on the final hole."