Nicolai Hojgaard put in a commanding performance on the back 9, making 5 birdies in a row from the 13th. Despite missing a short birdie attempt on 18 he still manged to win by two from Fleetwood, Hovland and Wallace.
At one point, it was one of a host of players who could have taken the title at the stunning Jumeirah Golf Estates, Earth Course, in Dubai. A barrage of birdies from the majority of the later starters meant that all was to play for heading into the back nine.
Fan favourite Fleetwood started birdie, eagle to set the pace early on and develop a two shot lead from his playing partner Wallace after just two holes. At one point even Jon Rahm looked liked making a charge as he birdied 6 holes in a stretch from the 7th to 15th.
Hojaard was impressive to say the least with a 9 birdie haul in the final round, carding a 64 to take the title and the winners cheque for 2.7 million Euros.