Defending champion Stephen Gallacher held his nerve on Sunday to become the first golfer to retain the Dubai Desert Classic title.
The Scot fired an even-par final round score of 72 to finish one shot ahead of the pack as none of his rivals managed to mount a sustained challenge to his overnight lead.
Gallacher responded well after stumbling early with two bogeys in his fourth round.
World No 6 Rory McIlroy, who topped the leaderboard at the halfway stage, failed to make an impression on the last day and finished four shots off the lead after a final round 74.
Gallacher made his decisive move on day three when he played his last 10 holes in 10 under as part of a sizzling 63.
“It took everything I had after the poor front nine, but I just tried to build on yesterday (63) and stay patient,” he said.
“I was quite fortunate that no-one ran away with it and I just tried to hit every shot at a time, just like yesterday... I wish I could play this course every week.”
Tiger Woods vowed to improve his putting after another lacklustre showing at the Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday.
The 14-times major winner birdied the last three holes for a one-under-par final round of 71 on the Majlis course, giving him an aggregate six-under 282.