Winner, Marc Leishman from Australia during the final round of CIMB Classic Golf Tournament 2018 at TPC, Bukit Kiara. NSTP/ Eizairi Shamsudin

KUALA LUMPUR: Australian Marc Leishman put an end to a two-year drought by bagging the CIMB Classic today.

He was in unbeatable form in the final round, surging to a five-stroke victory at the TPC Kuala Lumpur.

Leishman fired a seven-under 65 for a 26-under 262 in the US$7 million tournament.

American Bronson Burgoon and Argentina's Emiliano Grillo finished joint second on 21-under.

World No 4 Justin Thomas of the United States finished fifth a stroke further back with a dazzling

64.

KW: golf, CIMB Classic, Leishman

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