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The Race to Dubai is a season-long competition on the European Tour which celebrates both the diversity and shared passion for golf across the globe. Starting with the Australian PGA Championship and the Alfred Dunhill Championship in November 2016, the Race to Dubai traverses four continents before culminating in the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai in November 2017, when the European Tour’s Number One player will be crowned. 

The 2016 Race to Dubai, featuring 45 tournaments in 26 countries worldwide, was won by Henrik Stenson, thanks chiefly to his victories in The Open Championship – where he claimed his first Major – and the BMW International Open. It was the second time the Swede had won the Race to Dubai, having first done so in 2013. 


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