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Sergio Garcia wins the Dubai Desert Classic
Updated on 06 February 2017

Sergio Garcia wins the Omega Dubai Desert Classic 2017 following four days of enthralling golf. The popular Spanish golfer, who played strongly throughout the competition, finished with a 3-point lead on the renowned Majlis course at the Emirates Golf Club.

For Sergio Garcia, who claims his first win at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, victory means a trophy, winner's cheque and brand new Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra 150M Master Co-Axial.

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