The 2016 Aberdeen Asset Management Paul Lawrie Match Play went to Anthony Wall, who won on the European Tour for the first time in 16 years. Wall beat Alex Noren 1 Up in the final round in Scotland.
In the third-place match, James Morrison beat fellow countryman Oliver Fisher by a 4-and-2 margin.
With the victory, Wall won the €180,000 winner's share of the €1 million purse.
2016 Paul Lawrie Match Play leaderboard and final results and prize money payouts
Anthony Wall def. Alex Noren, 1 Up
3rd PLACE MATCH
James Morrison def. Oliver Fisher, 4 and 2
Alex Noren def. James Morrison, 3 and 2
Anthony Wall def. Oliver Fisher, 22 holes
Oliver Fisher def. Max Kieffer, 3 and 2
Anthony Wall def. Haydn Porteous, 2 and 1
Alex Noren def. John Carlsson, 4 and 2
James Morrison def. Alejandro Canizares, 4 and 2
ROUND OF 16
Alex Noren def. Nacho Elvira, 2 and 1
Max Kieffer def. Daniel Brooks, 2 and 1
Alejandro Canizares def. Matt Fitzpatrick, 4 and 3
Anthony Wall def. Richard Green, 19 holes
Johan Carlsson def. Chris Paisley, 4 and 3
Oliver Fisher def. Richie Ramsay, 3 and 1
James Morrison def. Michael Hoey, 4 and 3
Haydn Porteous def. Marc Warren, 1 Up
ROUND OF 32
Max Kieffer def. Mikko Ilonen, 2 Up
Daniel Brooks def. Chris Wood, 2 and 1
Alejandro Canizares def. Eduardo de la Riva, 4 and 3
Matt Fitzpatrick def. Matt Ford, 6 and 5
Richard Green def. Paul Lawrie, 1 Up
Anthony Wall def. Richard Bland, 6 and 4
Johan Carlsson def. Robert Rock, 2 Up
Chris Paisley def. Prom Meesawat, 1 Up
Oliver Fisher def. Simon Khan, 2 and 1
Richie Ramsay def. Roope Kakko, 2 Up
James MOrrison def. Graeme Storm, 4 and 3
Michael Hoey def. Matthew Southgate, 2 and 1
Haydn Porteous def. David Horsey, 3 and 2
Marc Warren def. Magnus Carlsson, 3 and 2
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