Brendan Lawlor ended his European Disabled Golfers Association season with a brilliant four-shot victory in the Dubai Finale at Jumeriah Golf Estates.

The Louth 24-year-old held a two-stroke lead over Englishman Mike Browne and Canadian Kurtis Barkley going into Saturday's final round.

He stretched that margin to four but an up-and-down back nine had its nervy moments as the chasing pack got back to within two shots before Lawlor steadied the ship with a fine birdie on the 17th.

It's his third triumph of the five-event series. Lawlor won the first two tournaments of the year - the EDGA Cazoo Open at the Celtic Manor Resort and the ISPS HANDA World Disability Invitational at Massereene and Galgorm.

"It's been a tough year," he told Sky Sports afterwards. "It's so nice ot have events being played again. I'm absolutely delighted to win this week, obviously, and hopefully there's more in the future.

"These events don't just bring disability golfers into the game, they bring people from all walks of life: juniors, ladies, males. I think a lot of these guys are inspired at what we do. The more people that come to the game the better."