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  • 61st to the 110th placed Ranked Member or Ranked Challenge Tour Member on the Race to Dubai. (These players along with the top 60 qualify for a “European Tour Card” in Category 10 in the following Official Season.)
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  • - denotes the players selected in your European Tour Fantasy Race to Dubai team
  • - denotes your star player, whose tournament prize money will be doubled

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  • Sergio Garcia (ESP) wins his 11th European Tour title at third play-off hole
  • Mikko Ilonen (FIN) valiant runner up after pair tied at 16 under after 72 holes
  • Both players birdied the par five 18th hole the first two times in extra holes
  • Garcia won with a two putt birdie the third time round
  • Catch up on all the latest video content - highlights and player interviews - on the Live Blog tab
  • Rafa Cabrera-Bello (ESP) and Thorbjorn Olesen (DEN) tied for third at 15 under
  • Amateur Dominic Foos (GER) eagled last to finish ten under and tied for 16th at just 16 years of age
  • Commercial Bank Qatar Masters extends agreement for another three years
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By Nick Totten & Dave Clark


Well, that was a fitting end to a strong week in the Middle East as Sergio Garcia stormed to play-off victory over Mikko Ilonen in the latest instalment of The European Tour's Race to Dubai. Great news that we'll be coming back to the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters for the next three years too, and now it is next stop Dubai. But until then, stay tuned to the #ETLiveBlog and catch up on anything you missed on another thrilling final round at Doha GC. Viva Espana.

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WITH THIS WIN - Sergio Garcia

His 11th European Tour victory in his 210th European Tour even

• Moves to second from fifth on The Race to Dubai with €741,475

• His first European Tour victory since the 2011 Andalucía Masters from Oct 27-Oct 30

• This is the 66th event he has played in since his last victory in 2011

• Finished tied second at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters last year, his best finish since his last win, alongside a tie for second at this season’s Nedbank Golf Challenge

• Becomes the second Spaniard to win this title after Alvaro Quiros in 2009

• Is the 15th different winner of the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters, in 17 stagings

• This is the ninth time he has played in this event and his sixth top-ten finish

• Began the day three shots behind the leading pair of Rafa Cabrera-Bello and Steve Webster

• His three shot comeback is the joint largest of the 2014 European Tour season, following on from compatriot Pablo Larrazábal last week at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship

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