Tuesday, 29 January 2013
Here's who we'll be hearing from in this latest edition of the Race to Dubai Podcast...  (EuropeanTour)
Here's who we'll be hearing from in this latest edition of the Race to Dubai Podcast... (EuropeanTour)

This week Robert Lee and John Hawksworth discuss Chris Wood's maiden Tour win at the Commercial Bank Qatar Masters. We also get the view of a man who has known Wood since he was a child and he tells us how far he can now go in the game. Sergio Garcia tells us why his second place was a positive start to the season and we go live to the course ahead of the next event, the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Paul Casey has a tip for all amateur golfers on how to play in the wind while Ignacio Garrido joins us the week he made his 500th European Tour appearance.

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