• Henrik Stenson wrapped up a dream season by winning the DP World Tour Championship, clinching the Race to Dubai crown in the process
  • Stenson headed into the tournament in buoyant mood and was never far from the top of the leaderboard
  • It was Spaniard Alejandro Canizares who led after day one following an excellent opening 66
  • Australian Marcus Fraser was amongst the early pacesetters
  • As was Jamie Donaldson who still harboured hopes of winning the Race to Dubai crown
  • Thailand's Kiradech Aphibarnrat started strongly but faded as the week wore on
  • Luke Donald shot himself into contention with a second round of 66 and would finish in a tie for fifth
  • Justin Rose was always well-placed, but could not find the victory he needed
  • While France's Victor Dubuisson put in another strong performance after his maiden win in Turkey last week
  • Caroline Wozniacki was present to watch boyfriend Rory McIlroy who finished strongly to claim a share of fifth
  • Ian Poulter pushed Stenson all the way as he looked to pip the Swede to the Race to Dubai title
  • But Stenson led after the second round and would never relinquish his advantage
  • Lee Westwood, a former champion in Dubai, surged up the leaderboard with a third round of 65
  • Dutchman Joost Luiten closed with rounds of 65 and 66 to finish in third place
  • Ian Poulter did his best but could not catch Stenson and the Englishman was quick to congratulate the Swede after he sealed a six-shot triumph
  • Sealed with a kiss... Stenson celebrates with his wife Emma

DP World Tour Championship

Henrik Stenson wrapped up a dream season by winning the DP World Tour Championship, clinching the Race to Dubai crown in the process