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Stephen Gallacher birdied two of the last three holes Sunday to become the first player to successfully defend the Dubai Desert Classic.Starting the day two strokes clear of the field, the 39-year-old Scot was reeled in by the time he walked off the second green after twice straying from the tee.But instead of going under, after four bogeys in nine holes, he battled back and, on a day of high drama, emerged in front again on the back nine and held his nerve over the last three holes.The target of 15 under was set by Argentinian upstart Emiliano Grillo, who sunk a 40-footer for eagle at the par-five last after his overcooked second outrageously rebounded back onto the green off a hospitality tent.Woods, meanwhile, finished with a flourish, birdieing his final three holes for a closing 71 .
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