Austria&aposs Bernd Wiesberger took out the Indonesian Masters on Sunday, winning by one shot after a final-round five-under 67, while Ryan McCarthy was the best-placed Australian in a tie for fifth. Wiesberger carded four birdies and also an eagle on the par-five 12th at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club to win the Asian Tour event on 15 under from Ernie Els (14 under) and Daisuke Kataoka (13 under). It was Wiesberger&aposs second victory on the Asian Tour after winning the Ballantine&aposs Championship in 2012, which is co-sanctioned by the European Tour. South Africa&aposs Els birdied the last to cut the gap to one, and prolonged his consistent form with his third round of four-under 68 for the week. Japan&aposs Kataoka couldn&apost maintain his advantage heading into the final round, carding a two-under 70 to fall to third. Thai star Thongchai Jaidee finished with a three-under 69 to be 10 under overall in fourth spot, while Filipino Angelo Que made it four straight rounds of two under to finish in a tie for fifth. McCarthy and Korea&aposs Mo Joong-kyung were level with Que on eight under, ahead of a group of four tied for eighth. Australians Unho Park and Jake Higginbottom earned top-10 finishes on seven-under overall, and were joined on that score by Hwang Inn-choon of South Korea and India&aposs Rahil Gangjee. Wade Ormsby and Scott Barr (tied 12th), David Lutterus (tied 23rd), Kieran Pratt and Scott Hend (tied 28th), Adam Blyth (tied 35th) and Sam Brazel and Adam Groom (tied 42nd) were the next best placed Australians in the field.