DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Scotland’s Ewen Ferguson has finished his final round with a flourish to secure victory at the Qatar Masters on Sunday. Overnight co-leaders Adrian Meronk and Matthew Jordan had shared the lead between them for most of day but, as they struggled in strong winds on the back nine, Ferguson produced a chip-in eagle and a birdie in his last three holes to emerge victorious. Ferguson’s closing 70 took him to a 7-under 281 for the tournament and earned him a one-shot victory ahead of playing partner Chase Hanna. Meronk and Marcus Kinhult were another shot back in joint third, with Jordan in a large group on 4 under after his 76.
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