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Jaidee, a former paratrooper in the Thai army, held a six-shot lead at the start of the day but saw that cushion steadily eroded by playing partner Randhawa and Stenson in the group ahead. He managed to hold on to card a final-round 70 at Saujana for a 21-under-par total of 267 and a three-shot victory over India's Jyoti Randhawa. Sweden's Henrik Stenson, who closed within two shots of the lead after 11 holes, matched Randhawa's closing 67 to claim third place on 17 under. Ireland's Padraig Harrington could only manage a 74 to finish 11 shots off the pace, the world number eight's faint hopes dashed by a front nine of 40.