Australia’s Adam Scott shot an impressive 11-under par 61 final round to win the Commercialbank Qatar Masters. The Australian began the day three shots adrift of the overnight leader Johan Edfors, but with five birdies on the first five holes, Scott started to make his move on the field. Out in 30, Scott picked up a further three birdies immediately after the turn to move clear of his closest rival, fellow FootJoy wearer Henrik Stenson. With further birdies at the fifteenth and seventeenth, Scott finished with an impressive course record 11-under-par 61 to finish three ahead of Stenson. The win secured a record in Qatar for Scott of played twice, won twice, more importantly moving him up the world ranking by three places to become World No5.
Wearing a pair of FootJoy Classics golf shoes, Scott strode clear of the field to capture his sixth European Tour Title.