REMEDY Oak’s Luke Joy sealed his first title of 2017 by landing the King Hamad Trophy at the Royal Club in Bahrain.

Joy, who earned an invite to the event through his position on the MENA tour, capped a five-shot victory over Joshua White.

The former Canford Magna youngster, who turned professional in 2012, carded rounds of 67, 66, and 68 at the venue, despite the tricky greens.

The 29-year-old held a one-shot lead before heading into the back nine in the final round, where he picked up four birdies.

On his official blog, Joy said: “Absolutely buzzing to get the job done and get over the line first and want to thank the Bahrain Golf Association for the invite and hospitality.

“Was a really well run event and look forward to returning next year.”

Meanwhile, Brokenhurst Manor duo Kevin Saunders and Richard Walker finished eighth in the SkyCaddie PGA Pro-Captain Challenge grand final.

They carded 74 points at Mazagan Beach Resort in Casablanca, Morocco.

Paul Bradshaw and Chris Hall from Holme Hall Golf Club won the £5,000 first prize after registering 85 points.