World number seven Adam Scott from Australia bagged home his third title of this season when he won the Singapore Golf Open champion on Sunday with a six-under-par 65 in the final round.
This is the first national championship with a prize of 315,000 US dollars for Scott, 25, who is the highest-ranked player at the event. His winning record was 13-under-par 271.
Lee Westwood of England got the second place with a 68 in the final and an aggregate of 278 shots.
Scott's compatriot Andrew Buckle, who is in his first full year in the Asian Tour, came close after Westwood with a total of 279 shots to win the third place.
Ted Oh from South Korea and Thai star Thongchai Jaidee finished fourth and fifth respectively, while the latter still leads the Asian Tour Order of Merit.
Started on September 8, the Singapore Golf Open has been the richest national Open in Asia with a massive prize purse of 2 million US dollars.