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* Indicates players who did not start on the 1st tee.

** Ineligible for these points to count on the Race to Dubai.

The following Race to Dubai Colour key indicates the following players who are currently:

  • Top 60 on The Race to Dubai – ONLY these players qualify for the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai.
  • 61st to the 110th placed Ranked Member or Ranked Challenge Tour Member on the Race to Dubai. (These players along with the top 60 qualify for a “European Tour Card” in Category 11 in the following Official Season.)
  • Outside the top 110th placed, Ranked European Tour Member or Ranked European Challenge Tour Member on The Race to Dubai

European Tour Fantasy Race to Dubai key:

  • - denotes the players selected in your European Tour Fantasy Race to Dubai team
  • - denotes your star player, whose tournament prize money will be doubled

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  • Henrik Stenson wins his first Major Championship in style with a final round 63
  • Mickelson finishes second despite shooting a final round 65
  • JB Holmes finishes third, with Rory, Hatton and Sergio in tied fifth
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Finally, let's hear from the Open Champion.

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Today we have witnessed one of the greatest final days in Major Championship golf, if not the greatest day. Memories of the famous 'Duel in the Sun' of 1977 were reignited by the colossal battle between Phil Mickelson and Henrik Stenson, with the Swede ultimately emerging victorious in record-breaking style. A quite remarkable Open which will live long in the memory. We will be back at the next major on the blog but until then, congratulations Henrik Stenson, the Champion Golfer of the Year.

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With this Win - Henrik Stenson, Open Champion

Records smashed, milestones reached. All the details here in With this Win.


Mickelson - I could not have done more

Phil Mickelson admitted that he had never before played so well and lost as he came out on the wrong end of a titanic battle with Henrik Stenson at The 145th Open Championship.


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145th OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP Course Guide

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