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In Pictures: Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship final round

January 20, 2014

Pablo Larrazabal, centre, with the champion's falcon trophy, and HH Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, to his left and Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri, deputy chairman and CEO of HSBC-MENA, to his left, on Sunday. Ross Kinnaird / Getty Images
Pablo Larrazabal, centre, with the champion's falcon trophy, and HH Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, chairman of Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, to his left and Mohammad Al-Tuwaijri, deputy chairman and CEO of HSBC-MENA, to his left, on Sunday. Ross Kinnaird / Getty Images
Rory McIlroy with wife Caroline Wozniacki, who flew to Abu Dhabi after being eliminated at the Australian Open on Saturday. Matthew Lewis / Getty Images
Rory McIlroy with wife Caroline Wozniacki, who flew to Abu Dhabi after being eliminated at the Australian Open on Saturday. Matthew Lewis / Getty Images
Pablo Larrazabl shot a four-rond 14-under 274 to win the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. On Sunday he posted a 5-under 67 to edge Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson by a stroke. Andrew Redington / Getty Images
Pablo Larrazabl shot a four-rond 14-under 274 to win the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. On Sunday he posted a 5-under 67 to edge Rory McIlroy and Phil Mickelson by a stroke. Andrew Redington / Getty Images
Emirati Al-Ayala dancers put on a performance before Larrazabal's trophy ceremony on Sunday. Kamran Jebreili / AP
Emirati Al-Ayala dancers put on a performance before Larrazabal's trophy ceremony on Sunday. Kamran Jebreili / AP
Pablo Larrazabal (green) with Rory McIlroy (blue) and Phil Mickelson (black) at the trophy ceremony on Sunday. Kamran Jebreili / AP
Pablo Larrazabal (green) with Rory McIlroy (blue) and Phil Mickelson (black) at the trophy ceremony on Sunday. Kamran Jebreili / AP
Pablo Larrazabal poses in front of the Abu Dhabi Golf Club clubhouse with the falcon trophy on Sunday. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
Pablo Larrazabal poses in front of the Abu Dhabi Golf Club clubhouse with the falcon trophy on Sunday. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
A falcon at the trophy presentation on Sunday. Matthew Lewis / Getty Images
A falcon at the trophy presentation on Sunday. Matthew Lewis / Getty Images
Pablo Larrazabal makes his birdie putt at the 18th hole, which effectively won him the tournament. Andrew Redington / Getty Images
Pablo Larrazabal makes his birdie putt at the 18th hole, which effectively won him the tournament. Andrew Redington / Getty Images
Larrazabal's birdie at 18 put him at 14-under, two strokes of Mickelson as he teed off at the hole. Mickelson birdied the hole himself, but it was too little, too late. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
Larrazabal's birdie at 18 put him at 14-under, two strokes of Mickelson as he teed off at the hole. Mickelson birdied the hole himself, but it was too little, too late. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
Phil Mickelson hit into the bushes at the 13th hole, and took a double hit when he attempted to push it out and the ball bounced back into his club. Andrew Redington / Getty Images
Phil Mickelson hit into the bushes at the 13th hole, and took a double hit when he attempted to push it out and the ball bounced back into his club. Andrew Redington / Getty Images
Mickelson wound up with a triple-bogey at 18, which ultimately put him too far behind to catch up and recover a win. Ross Kinnaird / Getty Images
Mickelson wound up with a triple-bogey at 18, which ultimately put him too far behind to catch up and recover a win. Ross Kinnaird / Getty Images
After a two-stroke penalty put him off the leader's pace on Saturday, his 4-under 68 on Sunday wasn't quite enough to match Larrazabal. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
After a two-stroke penalty put him off the leader's pace on Saturday, his 4-under 68 on Sunday wasn't quite enough to match Larrazabal. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
Caroline Wozniacki watches husband Rory McIlroy on Sunday. McIlroy finished the tournament with a 13-under 275. Ali Haider / EPA
Caroline Wozniacki watches husband Rory McIlroy on Sunday. McIlroy finished the tournament with a 13-under 275. Ali Haider / EPA
Miguel Angel Jimenez shoots out of a bunker at the 18th hole on Sunday. It was nearly one of the shots of the day, just narrowly missing falling in the cup. David Cannon / Getty Images
Miguel Angel Jimenez shoots out of a bunker at the 18th hole on Sunday. It was nearly one of the shots of the day, just narrowly missing falling in the cup. David Cannon / Getty Images
Gaganjeet Bhullar of India entered Sunday as one of the hopefuls at 10-under. He shot a 3-over 75, though, and finished tied for 10th with a 7-under 281. David Cannon / Getty Images
Gaganjeet Bhullar of India entered Sunday as one of the hopefuls at 10-under. He shot a 3-over 75, though, and finished tied for 10th with a 7-under 281. David Cannon / Getty Images
George Coetzee of South Africa proved himself a contender on Sunday as well, charging ahead with a 6-under 66 that left him tied for fourth with a 12-under 276 for the tournament. Matthew Lewis / Getty Images
George Coetzee of South Africa proved himself a contender on Sunday as well, charging ahead with a 6-under 66 that left him tied for fourth with a 12-under 276 for the tournament. Matthew Lewis / Getty Images
Rafa Cabrera-Bello of Spain led the field after two rounds, but slipped off the pace on Saturday before rallying on Sunday with a 4-under 68 that left him tied with Coetzee in fourth at 12-under. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
Rafa Cabrera-Bello of Spain led the field after two rounds, but slipped off the pace on Saturday before rallying on Sunday with a 4-under 68 that left him tied with Coetzee in fourth at 12-under. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
Craig Lee of Scotland led the field after Saturday's round, but shot a 5-over 77 on Sunday that pushed him back into a tie for 10th. Ahmed Jadallah / Reuters
Craig Lee of Scotland led the field after Saturday's round, but shot a 5-over 77 on Sunday that pushed him back into a tie for 10th. Ahmed Jadallah / Reuters
Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand examines his lie behind trees at the 6th hole. Jaidee went on to bogey the hole and finish the day at 1-over 73. He finished 7-under for the tournament, tied for 10th. David Cannon / Getty Images
Thongchai Jaidee of Thailand examines his lie behind trees at the 6th hole. Jaidee went on to bogey the hole and finish the day at 1-over 73. He finished 7-under for the tournament, tied for 10th. David Cannon / Getty Images
Martin Kaymer shoots out of a rough spot at the 18th hole. The German finished tied for 31st with a 4-under 284. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
Martin Kaymer shoots out of a rough spot at the 18th hole. The German finished tied for 31st with a 4-under 284. Scott Halleran / Getty Images
Phil Mickelson takes a shot during his round on Sunday. Ali Haider / EPA
Phil Mickelson takes a shot during his round on Sunday. Ali Haider / EPA
Rory McIlroy showing some frustration on Sunday. Andrew Redington / Getty Images
Rory McIlroy showing some frustration on Sunday. Andrew Redington / Getty Images

See the best images of champion Pablo Larrazabl, Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy (with a cameo from Caroline Wozniacki) and others from Sunday’s finale at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship.