Jeev stumbles on final day in Dubai, finishes 42nd

Alvaro Quiros played a wild round, which included an eagle, a hole in one, a triple bogey, one bogey and four birdies for a 68 to win the Dubai Desert Classic. The 70th-ranked Quiros shot a 68 to finish at 11-under 277, one stroke ahead of Anders Hansen (70) and James Kingston (67).

Also falling on the final day was Tiger Woods, who started the day one off the lead but with a 74 he ended in a tie for 20th and his 15th month long title drought continued. Woods had a 75 to end tied for 20th at 4-under 284.

Jeev bogeyed the second, birdied the third and then again bogeyed the fifth and ninth. In between, he double bogeyed the eighth and finished the front nine in 39.

On the back nine, he birdied the 13th, 17th and 18th to come back to one-over, but then yet another double bogey saw him slip to 75.

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