Scotland's Kelsey MacDonald is now outright second at the Dubai Ladies Classic after hitting another four-under-par 68 in round two.
Scotland's Stephen Gallacher struck a final round 72 to clinch the $2.5 million (1.5 million pounds) Dubai Desert Classic on Sunday as he overcame a nightmare start to become the first player to retain the coffee pot trophy.
Congratulations to Kelly Tidy for her recent win at the 2010 British Ladies Amateur. Kelly, from England, defeated Scotland's Kelsey MacDonald in the championship match, the first all-British final in 10 years.
Stephen Gallacher of Scotland shot a final round 72 Sunday to become the first player to successfully defend the Dubai Desert Classic title, beating Emiliano Grillo of Argentina by 1 stroke.
Marc Warren of Scotland did his chances of making a first-ever appearance at the Masters no harm by taking the clubhouse lead in the second round of the Dubai Desert Classic on Friday.