Chris Wood claimed his first European Tour title in dramatic style with an eagle on the last hole at the Qatar Masters on Saturday. But a last round 74 cost New Zealander Michael Campbell a chance to win as he slipped from a share of second to 16th, eight shots behind Wood. The Englishman fired a final-round 69 to finish at 18-under for the tournament and win by a shot from Spaniard Sergio Garcia and South African George Coetzee. Wood, who finished tied for third at the British Open in 2009 in his first major as a professional, is the first English winner on the Tour this season. The 25-year-old started the 18th one stroke behind Garcia and Coetzee but kept his cool on the final green as he stroked home from 10 feet to end a long drought in which he had three runner-up finishes and 19 top-10s. “There&aposs an enormous weight lifted off my shoulders today,” he said. “I feel like I can go on and win more.” Wood went into the last round with a three-stroke advantage but struggled early, registering a double-bogey and a bogey on his first six holes as he was pegged back by Garcia and Coetzee. But the Englishman recovered with three birdies to give himself a chance heading to the final hole before playing a magnificent approach shot which sealed him victory as he shot a three-under round. It was more heartbreak for Coetzee, who claimed his 21st top-10 finish on the tour after closing with a 65. Swede Alexander Noren and Englishman Steve Webster tied for fourth on 13-under after shooting rounds of 71 and 68 respectively, with Anthony Wall, Branden Grace and Simon Khan all ending a further shot back to tie for sixth. Andy Sullivan carded a round of 65 to jump into a share of ninth with Chilean Felipe Aguilar as both players ended the tournament on 11-under.