69 and finished at 15-under 273.
"It feels good to be the champion after such a long while,"
said Goosen, who has won 32 tournaments. "This win sets me up
nicely for the rest of the season."
Goosen had been tied with O'Hern (70) and Richard Green (72)
entering the final day.
"The birdie on 17 set me up nicely for the 18th," Goosen said.
"I told my caddie that an eagle can do it for me. And I did it."
Ernie Els, the 2005 Qatar Masters winner, shot a 67 and finished
two strokes behind Goosen. He was hurt by bogeys on the second and
O'Hern was leading by two shots before Goosen's birdie-eagle
"I didn't hit the ball well today," O'Hern said. "But I kept
hitting because that's what you've got to do when you are not