Jon Rahm survived a scare to snatch a dramatic victory and end the season since No 1.
Rahm saw a six-shot lead evaporate day at Jumeirah Golf Estates, just for the Spaniard to birdie the last to shut out a four-under 68 and maintain a one-shot success over Tommy Fleetwood.
Victory watched Rahm eventually become the first Spaniard using the win set to lift the 25-year-old to next in the world positions to win the European Tours Order of Merit, because Seve Ballesteros and leapfrog Bernd Wiesberger at the Peak of the Race to Dubai standings.
Fleetwood birdied five of his final seven holes to card a 65 and finish the week on 18 underneath that a further shot back in third and Rory McIlroy seven rebounds off the pace in fourth.
Rahm began the day tied for the lead but immediately moved forward after adhering to a by getting up and down to suit Lorenzo-Veras birdie in the next.
Lorenzo-Vera slid two behind when he took two chips to become as Rahm, out of tough on his way into bogeying the third and added a second.
A third consecutive birdie was sufficient to maneuver the Spaniard six ahead when Lorenzo-Vera didnt catch up and down to save par, only for Rahm to hit his tee shot into a distance at the eighth and also then three-putt the ninth from within 20 feet to finish his front nine with successive bogeys.
Rahm rolled in a but watched his lead cut with a first back-nine bogey of the week at the par-three 13th, at which Lorenzo-Vera birdie in five feet for a two-shot swing.
The two players use the par-five 14th to pull clear of the chasing pack for Rahm to forget a near range that was par-save at the following to move.
Before building a profit to combine Rahm on 18 under and set the clubhouse target fleetwood combined the talk of moment three birdies from the 12th in a four-hole stretch by draining a birdie at the 17th.
Rahm subsequently found a greenside bunker with his approach but splashed out to 3 feet and converted the birdie putt to secure his sixth Tour title.
While McIlroy had been a further five strokes back in fourth after bogeying two of his final four holes to card a one-over 73, A three-putt diploma at the final left Lorenzo-Vera in spot on 17 below.
While a finish watched Bernd Wiesberger slip to third in the Rush after finishing the week tied-14th, robert MacIntyre ensured the Rookie of the Year title.
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