Hole 18        
Miguel Angel Jimenez          3        
Stuart Manley          4        
Prom Meesawat          4        

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Miguel Angel Jimenez rolled in an 18 foot putt at the 18th hole to become the oldest winner in European Tour history, breaking his own record when he won in Hong Kong last year. The Spaniard ripped a drive down the 18th hole to leave just a short iron in, and when he wedged left of the hole, he poured in a slick putt from right to left down the slope and into the hole. Meesawat had looked like securing a par having missed the green short, while Manley pushed his approach behind the hospitality unit and after a free drop had looked like struggling for his four. It didn't matter for either though, as Jimenez secured the win with a birdie three.

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