Lucas Herbert held his nerve to win a play-off against Christiaan Bezuidenhout after the duo carded final rounds of 68 in Dubai.
As he seeks PGA Tour history, Tiger Woods made an impressive start to his third round to gain four shots on the leaders.
A brilliant 10-under 62 put Ryan Palmer in control of the Farmers Insurance Open.
Lee Westwood enjoyed a huge improvement in round two to make the cut in Dubai, where Eddie Pepperell holds a one-shot lead.
Keegan Bradley and Sebastian Cappelen carded six-under 66s to share the Farmers Insurance Open lead.
Sebastian Cappelen leads the Farmers Insurance Open after the first round, with Tiger Woods three shots back.
The legendary Tiger Woods says he is merely happy to be in a position to add to his list of honours rather than contemplate making history.
Ahead of Jack Nicklaus' 80th birthday on Tuesday, we provide 18 facts on the Golden Bear.