|-18 S Valimaki (Fin), J Campillo (Spa); -16 S Jamieson (Sco), I Elvira (Spa); -15 J Smith (Eng); -14 S Tarrio (Spa), J Grenville-Wooden (Eng), R MacIntyre (Sco).|
|Chosen others: -13 M Wallace (Eng), A Rai (Eng), T McKibbin (NI); -11 E Ferguson (Sco); -9 E Pepperell (Eng); -7 R Fisher (Eng), A Sullivan (Eng), R Ramsay (Sco).|
Sami Valimaki beat Jorge Campillo in a play-off to win the Qatar Masters in Doha as Scott Jamieson retained his DP World Tour card for subsequent season.
Jamieson started the ultimate occasion of the common season 119th within the Race to Dubai rankings, needing to complete inside the highest 116 to safe his card.
The Scot, 39, achieved that comfortably by carding a remaining spherical 69 to maneuver as much as 82nd within the season-long rankings.
Finland’s Valimaki and former champion Campillo of Spain completed on 18 below.
Valimaki sealed victory with a birdie on the first play-off gap to assert his second DP World Tour title.
“Unbelievable. It is onerous to speak. It has been an extended journey and it feels nice,” Valimaki mentioned.
Florida-based Jamieson has held his card for 13 consecutive seasons, with a career-best end of twenty sixth in 2017.
5 birdies on the again 9 a tie for third ensured he ended the match tied third on 16 below, stage with Spaniard Ignacio Elvira.
England’s Jordan Smith completed fifth after a remaining spherical 68 took him to fifteen below, one shot forward of compatriot Joshua Grenville-Wooden and Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre.