2009 Dubai World Championship

1 of 21 Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images
won the Dubai World Championship by six strokes Sunday, becoming Europe's No. 1 golfer.
2 of 21 Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images
was five-under par on the front nine, but he made two bogeys on back nine for a 69.
3 of 21 Andrew Redington/Getty Images
had another disastrous finish, making a double bogey on 18 to finish two shots off the lead.
4 of 21 Andrew Redington/Getty Images
is only three shots back after a five-under 67.
5 of 21 Andrew Redington/Getty Images
made three bogeys on the back nine to shoot a 73.
6 of 21 Karim Sahib/AFP/Getty Images
Robert Allenby grabbed a one-shot lead after a seven-under 65.
7 of 21 Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images
, No. 2 behind Rory McIlroy in the Race to Dubai, is one stroke off the lead.
8 of 21 Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images
McIlroy is two strokes behind Westwood.
9 of 21 Andrew Redington/Getty Images
shot a bogey-free 66.
10 of 21 David Cannon/Getty Images
Lee Westwood, No. 2 in the Race to Dubai, shot a three-under 69 for a two-shot lead.
11 of 21 David Cannon/Getty Images
made four birdies and a bogey for a three-under 69.
12 of 21 David Cannon/Getty Images
is tied for third after a 69.
13 of 21 Andrew Redington/Getty Images
shot a bogey-free, eight-under 64 to set the course record.
14 of 21 Andrew Redington/Getty Images
"This is definitely the biggest moment of my career today," he said.
15 of 21 David Cannon/Getty Images
couldn't quite get hot in the final round, opening with eight straight pars. He shot 67 to finish third.
16 of 21 Karim Sahib/AFP/Getty Images
In a moment of frustration on the seventh, McIlroy smashed his club through a wooden sign.
17 of 21 Karl Jeffs/AP
shot a four-under 68 Sunday, which was good enough for second place.
18 of 21 David Cannon/Getty Images
Lee Westwood birdied 18 to maintain his two-shot lead heading into the final round.
19 of 21 David Cannon/Getty Images
was near the lead until he bogeyed the last three holes.
20 of 21 David Cannon/Getty Images
is in second place after a bogey-free 66.
21 of 21 Andrew Redington/Getty Images
continued his good play with a four-under 68.