- FINAL RACE TO DUBAI STANDINGS
- The 2014 European Tour International Schedule
- Race to Dubai extended to 2017
- And congratulations Henrik Stenson - Race to Dubai and DP World Tour Champion
By Roddy Williams and Dave Clark
That's it for the 2013 season although we will have plenty more reviews of a fantastic campaign over the coming days and weeks. It has been a pleasure being here in Dubai to witness one of the great European Tour performances. We hope you enjoyed the DP World Tour Championship here at the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates, and a final well done to Henrik Stenson, winner of the DP World Tour Championship and the Race to Dubai!
All sorts of benefits of winning - including a new Rolex
Rory McIlroy saw Henrik Stenson claim his DP World Tour Championship and Race to Dubai crown, and proclaimed the Swede was “too good for everyone”.
All you need to know about Henrik Stenson, winner of the DP World Tour Championship and the Race to Dubai.
Let's hear from the Race to Dubai and DP World Tour Champion, Henrik Stenson - up next on the Live Blog.
Amazing to watch @henrikstenson win with such classy shots today. The shots into 12 and 18 were out of this world #Winner @European_Tour— Ross Fraser (@Ross Fraser) 17/11/2013 13:35
HENRIK STENSON’S EUROPEAN TOUR SEASON
(After the 2013 DP World Tour Championship, Dubai).
Events Played - 17
Wins - 1 DP World Tour Championship, Dubai
Runner-up - 3 The 142nd Open Championship, WGC – Bridgestone Invitational
Other Top Ten Finishes - 4 3rd – US PGA Championship, T3 – Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open, 7T – Turkish Airlines Open presented by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, 10T BMW International Open
Race to Dubai Points Won - 4,103,796
Avg Per Event - 241,399
Stroke Avg - 69.71
Total To Par: -109
Total Rounds: 60
Total Rounds at Par or Better: 48
Rounds in 60s: 30
Milestones: *Becomes European Tour Number One for the first time.
*Becomes the second Swede to finish as Number One, following Robert Karlsson in 2008.
*Becomes the first European to win the Race to Dubai and the FedEx Cup Series on the US PGA Tour and in the same season.
*Becomes the fifth Continental European to be European Number One, following Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer, Robert Karlsson and Martin Kaymer.
*Becomes the first player in European Tour history to win the Challenge Tour Rankings (2000) and be crowned European Tour Number One, in 2013.
We give you our champion
891 birdies and 21 eagles this week has helped raise $46,650 for the #DPWTC Birdie Pledge supporting SNF Group, Dubai.— The European Tour (@The European Tour) 17/11/2013 13:16
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