The Danish golfer Soren Kjeldsen was five strokes behind the winner in the European Tour event in Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in The United Arab Emirates.
Saturday went Kjeldsen fourth and last round in 69 strokes, which is three strokes under the hole.
It brought him a total of 13 strokes under par, and he could note a fifth place finish, as the last ball was struck in the hole.
the Dane got off to a good start with two birdies in the first four holes. On hole 11 made the dane a bogey, before he ended with two birdies on the last three holes.
Cormack was not really close to its fifth tournament victory on the European Tour. There was competition at the top for hard.
south african Richard Sterne played a solid round close to the triumph, but the irish Shane Lowry held fast, even though he had his worst round on Saturday.
With a birdie on the last hole won the Lowry the tournament - one stroke better than Sterne.
the Dutchman Joost Luiten were the number three.
The Danish veteran Thomas Bjorn has shown stable game in the tournament through, and it continued Saturday, when he spent 70 strokes on the 18 holes.
He ended on a shared 22.-space.
Lucas Bjerregaard and Joachim B. Hansen ended respectively on a shared 49.-space and a shared 54.-space.
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