Wang Jeunghun held his nerve in a play-off to win the Qatar Masters after squandering a commanding lead in a dramatic final round.
Frenchman Mike Lorenzo-Vera was the first to catch him as he made birdies on the first, third, sixth, seventh, 11th, 12th and 13th and, despite a bogey on the 15th after finding the water, he rolled in an eagle putt from the fringe of the drivable 16th.
The trio had finished tied on 16 under par after Wang, who won back-to-back events in Morocco and Mauritius last May, left a birdie putt to win inches short on the 72nd hole.
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After managing birdies on holes 3, 5, 9, 10, 11, 16 and 18, Wang said his enjoyed his day at DGC bathed in sunshine after a couple of windless days.
Van Zyl looked favourite when he found the green in two shots, but he three putted for par.
Swede Lagergren is also searching for his first win and he left himself too much work to do when he pulled his second shot in the play-off into the greenside bunker. With a birdie four, the title was his.
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"My irons and putting are really good this week, so I think I have a good chance to win", he said. It's really, really great. So I'm so happy about it, and I hope I'm going to get in Masters.
"I don't want to think about winning, I just want to focus on my own game. I have a good chance to win", he added. I just don't want to get any pressure this year. Only Matteo Manassero and Seve Ballesteros achieved the feat more quickly. This is his fifth runner-up finish.
The Korean began the final day three strokes clear and posted a one-under 71 on Sunday in Doha, before holing a close-range birdie at the first extra hole. The Englishman closed with an excellent 66 to move up the leaderboard. 25-year-old Smith earned his card by topping the Challenge Tour rankings last season.
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