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05:25

FINAL DAY FROM THE COMMERCIAL BANK QATAR MASTERS AT DOHA GOLF CLUB, QATAR

  • BRANDEN GRACE WINS BY ONE SHOT ON -19 AFTER 66
  • SOUTH AFRICAN'S SECOND WIN OF THE SEASON AND SIXTH OVERALL
  • Marc Warren (67) second and Bernd Wiesberger (68) third
  • Part Two of The European Tour's annual Desert Swing
  • Get involved on Twitter with #R2DLiveBlog

By Will Pearson and Dave Clark in Doha

15:00

Day 4 Highlights - Commercial Bank Qatar Masters.

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14:58

And that, as they say, is that. Two parts down, one to come in the annual Desert Swing trilogy. Abu Dhabi? Check. Doha? Check. Bring on Dubai. Huge congratulations to Branden Grace on his sixth ET title, so very well deserved. Thanks for joining us on the #R2DLiveBlog and make sure you tune in for more from next Thursday back in the UAE. Until then, we leave you with the story of an incredible day. Ciao for now.

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14:40

Time for some numbers!

DAY 4 IN NUMBERS

66 - Branden Grace's flawless final round secured the South African a second European Tour title this season and a sixth of his career
26 -
At 26 and 248 days Grace is the second youngest South African to win six European Tour titles (Only Schwarztel was younger)
54 -
Grace is now 54 under par for this season (16 rounds)
54 -
Events between his first and most recent European Tour victories
100 -
Per cent win record for the Pretorian when leading or co-leading heading into the final round
353,257 -
Euros heading Grace's way for his troubles
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Where Grace moves to in The 2015 Race to Dubai on 629,654 points
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Shots under par Marc Warren was for the final ten holes, yet still had to settle for second place
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Shots under par Englishman Eddie Pepperell was over the closing two rounds. He finished fourth.
57 -
bogey-free holes to finish for Emiliano Grillo
70 -
hole bogey-free streak from Alejandro Canizares came to an end on the third hole in round four
602 -
days since Alex Noren last shot as low as his 65 on Saturday. Welcome back!
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Editions now of the Qatar Masters
216 -
Total birdies for the week on 16. But it was an eagle that made the difference for Grace on Saturday.
699 -
Kilometres by road from Doha to Dubai - host venue for the Desert Classic next week

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14:26

Branden Grace - "This is one of those trophies you really want to win"

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14:22

But to Branden, the spoils. Interview with our glorious winner coming up next...

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