Singapore's Mardan Mamat fired a one- under 71 on Sunday to wrap up a dominant victory at the Philippine Open.

Mamat finished at eight-under-par 280, five shots clear of the second-place Mo Joong-kyung. Antonio Lascuna and Azuma Yano ended in a tie for third at one-under 287.

Mamat was the only player to shoot below par during every round at the Wack Wack Golf and Country Club.

He posted a three-under 69 to earn a share of first place after the first round, then followed that up with consecutive 70s to take control at seven- under. Mo sat at five-under at the start of the final round, but shot a 74 to fall out of contention.