Justin Harding wins Qatar Masters, Matt Wallace sixth at Arnold Palmer
Article posted: 10 March 2019
Justin Harding won his first European Tour tourmanent with a stunning final round at the Qatar Masters.
The South African birdied his final two holes for a closing round of 66 that was enough for his fifth win - with two on the Sunshine Tour and two on the Asian Tour - in less than 10 months.
The victory moves him up to 52nd in the Official World Golf Rankings.
George Coetzee was two shots back and ended the week in a share of second place, while Matthias Schwab was 31st, Tom Murray was 42nd and David Horsey was 72nd.
Matt Wallace collected the best PGA Tour finish of his career with a share of sixth at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.
The Englishman moves up to a career high of 35th in the world rankings and moves on to The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass.
Darren Clarke ended the week in 47th place at the Hoag Classic on the PGA Champions Tour, Ben Eccles was tied for seventh at the SEC NZ PGA Championshp and Matthias Calderon shared 17th at the Limpopo Championship on the Sunshine Tour.