Justin Rose captured the inaugural World Golf Final in Turkey with a one-stroke victory over Lee Westwood.
Rose, who beat Tiger Woods in the semi-final, led from the first hole against Westwood after a 25-foot birdie.
The lead was two shots for much of the back nine but Rose missed a short putt at the 16th and the gap was cut to one.
Rose holed again from 25 feet to birdie the 17th, and though fellow Englishman Westwood birdied the last for a 67, Rose parred safely to finish with a 66.
Neither played dropped a shot in a high-quality final and Westwood birdied both of the par fives on the outward nine to match Rose at two under.
But his opponent rolled in a birdie putt from eight feet at the par-three eighth and picked up another shot from a similar distance at the 10th to open a useful advantage.