Henrik Stenson closed out his “dream season” in emphatic style by winning the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai by a commanding six shots. Stenson also became the first man to win The Race to Dubai and FedEx Cup on the US PGA Tour after carding a flawless final round of 64 which included a tap in eagle on the par 5 eighteenth.

The swede wearing FJ ICON™ shoes and FJ Pure Touch™ gloves aptly finished the tournament with a record total of 25 under par on the Earth course at Jumeirah Golf Estates, after an imperious performance from Thursday through to Sunday.

Stenson carded birdies at one, three, five and seven to go out in four under par and he continued to turn the screw on the back nine as he birdied twelve and fourteen and then eagled eighteen without dropping a shot all day.

"It has been an incredible summer for me, the (autumn) in America was great and now this," said Stenson, who was also second in The Open Championship and third in the US PGA Championship. "It has been a dream season.

"I don't know how I am going to be able to top this next year but I am going to give my best in the Majors and that (becoming the first male Swedish player to win one) would be the icing on the cake."

France's Victor Dubuisson (Contour Casual™) vying for a second win in two weeks eventually finished third, with Dutchman Joost Luiten (FJ Sport™)  fourth and former World Number Ones - Luke Donald (FJ ICON) and Lee Westwood (FJ ICON & StaSof®)  - sharing fifth.

Stenson currently remains in third in the Official World Golf Ranking but he does close the gap on Adam Scott (FJ Sport & StaSof) in second.

The 37 year old also made European Tour history on Sunday by becoming the first player to be Number One on both the European Challenge Tour (2000) and The European Tour in 2013.

Congratulations Henrik from everyone here at FJ we could not be happier for you!

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