Race to Dubai - Past Champions

 

Tommy Fleetwood won the Race to Dubai for the first time in 2017 after arriving at Jumeirah Golf Estates for the DP World Tour Championship in pole position after a season that had seen him claim two wins, three further top threes and five top tens from 24 events.

His victories at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship and the HNA Open de France confirmed his European Tour pedigree while finishes of second at the WGC-Mexico Championship and fourth at the US Open propelled him to stardom on the world stage.

Fleetwood finished tied 21st in the 2017 DP World Tour Championship, just enough to beat Justin Rose to the title of European Tour Number One.

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