Stenson with his trophy after winning the Race to Dubai for a second time. AFP / Karim Sahib
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Matthew Fitzpatrick birdied the last hole to win the $8 million DP World Tour Championship Sunday as Henrik Stenson won the Race to Dubai for a second time.Stenson won the Race to Dubai, the Swede shooting a seven-under par 65 on the final day to finish on a 12-under par total.Willett was tied 50 at one-under par, while Noren could do no better than tied 23rd at eight-under par.Up ahead, Hatton led by one but looked set to make a bogey on the par-3 17th, where his ball got plugged in the bunker slope on the back wall.Hatton's luck ran out on the 18th, when he smashed his tee shot into the stream that runs in the middle of the fairway. From there, he could only make a bogey and then watched Fitzpatrick edge ahead with a birdie from the fairway bunker.
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