Description The Qatar Masters is a European Tour golf tournament held at Education City Golf Course in Doha, Qatar. When founded in 1998, it was one of two European Tour events to be staged in the Arabian Peninsula, but is currently one of six. From 2005 to 2007 the tournament was co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour.
The tournament had modest fields in its early years, but with the aid of "promotional" money paid to top golfers to appear, and being scheduled within a three week period that included events in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, it developed to have one of the European Tour's strongest fields.
The 2020 Commercial Bank Qatar Masters final leaderboard is headed by winner Jorge Campillo, who prevailed in a lengthy playoff to pick up the win at Education City Golf Club in Doha, Qatar.
Campillo defeated David Drysdale with a birdie on the fifth playoff hole, ending one of the longer extra-session duels in recent European Tour memory as the sun was setting in the Middle East.
The pair played the 18th hole all five times in the sudden-death playoff, with the Spaniard making three birdies, including two lengthy putts to extend the playoff.
Both players finished tied at 13-under 271, with Niklas Lemke, Jeff Winther and Kalle Samooja finishing in third place, all a shot out of the playoff.
Campillo won the €258,655.56 winner's share of the $1,750,000 purse.
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