Henrik Stenson produced another round of scintillating golf to claim the DP World Tour Championship by six shots.
The Swede finished at 25 under par, after a final eight-under round of 64, romping home to yet another triumph in what's been a magical few months.
The convincing win sees Stenson achieve a historic double, becoming the first golfer to claim The Race to Dubai and FedEx Cup in the same season.
Here's a look back at the most impressive displays in Dubai.
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Obviously the overall winner has a strong case for most impressive golfer of the week. Stenson continued his inspired late-season form, leading from Day 2 after an imperious round of 64.
Victor Dubuisson kept the gap to just one going into the final day, but Stenson's standard was a cut above the rest of the field.
He mimicked his impressive Day 2 score on Sunday, and his margin of victory was both deserved and unsurprising.
Overall, he dropped just two shots in 72 holes, with 25 birdies and a final-hole eagle adding stardust to his round.
Nobody could keep pace with his relentless scoring, and he deservedly took the title.
EuropeanTour.com quoted the Swede after his latest win:
It has been an incredible summer for me, the fall (autumn) in America was great and now this, it has been a dream season.
I played so well this week. I knew the guys would try to catch me, especially Ian who never gives up. I wanted to stay ahead of him and I managed to do that.
I don't know how I am going to be able to top this next year but I am going to give my best in the Majors and that [to win one] would be the icing on the cake.
Elsewhere, it was encouraging to see Rory McIlroy produce more prolonged glimpses of his best.
Stenson's form meant the Northern Irishman was never truly in contention, but a late surge saw him close the tournament tied for fifth, and he recorded every round below par.
His card was still littered with too many bogeys—10 in all—but the fact that he kept replying with birdies will boost his confidence.
It's been a rotten year for McIlroy, but there were some positive signs to take from this week.
Victor Dubuisson finished in third, but up until the eighth hole on the final day, the 23-year-old always had the red-hot Stenson in his sights.
A third-day 64 was the highlight for the Frenchman, whose round included a rampant run of six birdies in seven holes, and a whopping 11 overall.
Just a shot adrift on the final day, birdies at two, three and seven kept him within striking distance before a sloppy bogey at eight effectively ended his challenge.
Four bogeys across the closing 11 holes then tarnished what was another impressive week for Dubuisson.
With Stenson's hands all but on the trophy, Ian Poulter produced a typical late flurry of birdies to delay the celebrations and cap off a promising week for the Englishman.
EuropeanTour.com captured some of Poulter's closing comments:
I have to take my hat off to him, unbelievable. I tried to run him down as hard as I could but even with a sore wrist he has pressed on and I just could not get close enough.
Henrik has not made a mistake all week and I just had to make sure of second place and some valuable Ryder Cup points.
I have thrown a lot at him and given him so much stick, but he is the best player on the planet right now.
He got progressively better, with rounds of 69, 68 and a pair of 66s, and will feel satisfied with his week's endeavours.