Dodd, a three-time winner on the European Tour, may have narrowly missed on winning the Tour Championship, but claimed the coveted title of MENA Golf Tour Number One.
The 46-year-old Welshman topped the Order of Merit standings with $27,636 in earnings from five events he played on the six-event tour, ahead of Scotland ($25,697) and Harrold ($20,455)
The top three in the standings will receive golden tickets to the 2013 Omega Dubai Desert Classic along with Max Williams, who emerged as the Leading Amateur on the Tour.
"I think I have achieved everything I wanted to from this tour. I have some great memories of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic and it will be fun to return to a venue (Emirates Golf Club) where I finished second (to Ernie Els) in 2005," said Dodd after receiving the trophy from Shaikh Fahim bin Sultan Qasimi, Chairman of the Emirates Golf Federation.
Mohamed Juma Buamaim, chairman of the MENA Golf Tour, and Saif Al Shamsi, a board member of the Al Ain Equestrian, Shooting and Golf Club, were also present.