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The Race is On

  • 47 Tournaments
  • 26 Countries
  • 1 Champion
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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.

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Race To Dubai Rankings

1st Place Bookmark

Sergio Garcia

ESP ESP
Sergio
  • Race to Dubai Points 2,552,488
  • Tournaments 5
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 69.31 2nd
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 29.25 74th
  • Driving distance yd. 305.00 41st
  • Driving accuracy % 69.64 19th
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2nd Place Bookmark

Tommy Fleetwood

ENG ENG
Tommy
  • Race to Dubai Points 2,415,253
  • Tournaments 11
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 69.84 6th
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 31.55 202nd
  • Driving distance yd. 302.00 59th
  • Driving accuracy % 73.38 11th
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3rd Place Bookmark

Jon Rahm

ESP ESP
Jon
  • Race to Dubai Points 1,518,783
  • Tournaments 4
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 71.20 64th
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Alex Noren

SWE SWE
Alex
  • Race to Dubai Points 1,465,046
  • Tournaments 9
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 71.31 76th
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 28.62 33rd
  • Driving distance yd. 285.38 213th
  • Driving accuracy % 54.82 149th
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5th Place Bookmark

Justin Rose

ENG ENG
Justin
  • Race to Dubai Points 1,288,731
  • Tournaments 5
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 70.56 24th
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 30.38 171st
  • Driving distance yd. 299.31 76th
  • Driving accuracy % 69.64 19th
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Bernd Wiesberger

AUT AUT
Bernd
  • Race to Dubai Points 1,259,007
  • Tournaments 12
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 70.18 10th
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 29.09 63rd
  • Driving distance yd. 292.68 143rd
  • Driving accuracy % 63.62 52nd
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Ross Fisher

ENG ENG
Ross
  • Race to Dubai Points 1,187,951
  • Tournaments 10
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 70.70 31st
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 29.80 120th
  • Driving distance yd. 295.60 114th
  • Driving accuracy % 57.14 121st
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Hideto Tanihara

JPN JPN
Hideto
  • Race to Dubai Points 931,283
  • Tournaments 6
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 71.53 95th
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 27.00 4th
  • Driving distance yd. 278.38 252nd
  • Driving accuracy % 66.07 33rd
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Thomas Pieters

BEL BEL
Thomas
  • Race to Dubai Points 930,489
  • Tournaments 7
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 70.75 33rd
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 28.10 12th
  • Driving distance yd. 309.30 22nd
  • Driving accuracy % 46.43 213th
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Francesco Molinari

ITA ITA
Francesco
  • Race to Dubai Points 893,210
  • Tournaments 5
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 71.29 71st
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 29.25 74th
  • Driving distance yd. 287.75 193rd
  • Driving accuracy % 69.64 19th
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Charl Schwartzel

RSA RSA
Charl
  • Race to Dubai Points 890,475
  • Tournaments 6
  • Stat Rank
  • Stroke avg. % 70.88 39th
  • Average Putts Per Rd. 28.17 13th
  • Driving distance yd. 312.08 15th
  • Driving accuracy % 42.86 220th
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Sergio Garcia
Season so far

Past halfway and race is on

The season is past the halfway mark on the Race to Dubai and Sergio Garcia is out in front but the race is on with Tommy Fleetwood hot on his heels.

BMW International Open
Race to Dubai preview

Race to Dubai heads to Bavaria

This week the Race to Dubai heads to Munich with the top two among the stars gathered for the BMW International Open

Eddie Pepperell
Race to Dubai update

Pepperell among the big movers

Eddie Pepperell and Patrick Reed were among those to make significant gains on the Race to Dubai following their performances at the US Open

Sergio Garcia
Race to Dubai preview

Major test on Race to Dubai

The Rsce to Dubai heads to Erin Hills for the second major of the season and a big week for the Rankings.

Dylan Frittelli

Frittelli makes his move after Austria win

Dylan Frittelli's first European Tour win moved him up to 17th in the rankings.

Wiesberger
Race to Dubai preview

Race to Dubai moves on to Austria

The Race to Dubai heads to Austria this week for stop 24 with Bernd Wiesberger headlining on home soil

Paratore
Race to Dubai update

Race to Dubai Round-up after Nordea Masters

This week's round-up includes Renato Paratore moving up 50 places on the Race to Dubai Rankings with his victory in the Nordea Masters.

Fleetwood in action
Race to Dubai

Fleetwood closes in on Garcia in Race to Dubai after strong US Open

Tommy Fleetwood closed the gap on Sergio Garcia at the top of the Race to Dubai thanks to a stellar performance at Erin Hills in the year's second Major Championship.

Destination Guide

Emirates Golf Club
Emirates Golf Club

The Emirates Golf Club hosts the Omega Dubai Desert Classic every year, welcoming some of the game's finest to take on the acclaimed Majlis course.

Jumeirah Golf Estates
Jumeirah Golf Estates

The European Tour season reaches its climax on Jumeirah Golf Estates' Earth Course with the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai.

Dubai Creek
Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

Hosted two editions of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic and is perfectly placed overlooking the Creek and Marina.

The Els Club
The Els Club

With a links-infused feel, The Els Club incorporates features from some of the four-time Major winner's favourite holes from around the world.

The Track
The Track, Meydan Golf

Unique views and floodlit golf make The Track, Meydan Golf a must-visit destination when in Dubai.

Trump International
Trump International Golf Club

This Gil-Hanse designed course opened in 2017 and offers a challenging test along with an array of facilities.

The Address Montgomerie
The Address Montgomerie Dubai

Former Ryder Cup Captain Colin Montgomerie co-designed this course with Desmond Muirhead and is located on the Emirates Hills Estate.

Arabian Ranches
Arabian Ranches Golf Club

Opened in 2004, the course plays up to 7,658 yards and is another firm test of desert golf.

JA Jebel Ali
JA Jebel Ali Golf Resort

Wildlife roam the fairways at this picturesque course located 20 minutes from the Dubai Marina.

Stenson at the double

Henrik Stenson won the Race to Dubai for the second time after a brilliant final round at Jumeirah Golf Estates confirmed his status as European Tour Number One following a season in which he became the first Swede to win a Major at The Open Championship.

Hat-trick for McIlroy

Rory McIlroy won The Race to Dubai for a third time after another impressive season in which he earned three titles, including at the season finale in Dubai. It was the second successive year the four-time Major winner finished as European Tour Number One.

Rory McIlroy wins again

Rory McIlroy repeated his 2012 heroics to become the first player to win the Race to Dubai for a second time. McIlroy, whose victory at the BMW PGA Championship inspired a season-defining run of form, won four tournaments including two Major Championships on his way to picking up a second Harry Vardon Trophy.

Stenson to the fore

Henrik Stenson followed Donald and McIlroy by completing a similar but unique transatlantic double in 2013, taking the Number One spot to become the first man to win The Race to Dubai and the US PGA Tour's FedEx Cup in the same season. Stenson on three times around the world, including the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai.

Rory McIlroy hits the top

Rory McIlroy took the Number One honours with new record earnings and emulated Donald's feat of winning both the Race to Dubai and US PGA Tour Money List.

Historic double for Donald

Luke Donald became the third winner of the Race to Dubai when he completed an historic money list double to become the Number One player on both The European Tour and the US PGA Tour.

Kaymer crosses the line

Martin Kaymer succeeded Lee Westwood as The Race to Dubai champion in 2010 to become only the fourth continental European to win the Harry Vardon trophy, following in the footsteps of the legendary Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer and Robert Karlsson. Kaymer won four times in 2010, capturing his maiden Major title.

Westwood wins first Race to Dubai

England's Lee Westwood won the inaugural Race to Dubai in 2009, winning twice during the season - in the Portugal Masters and the Dubai World Championship - and accumulating a record €4,237,762 with Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy finishing second.

2016
2009

Race to Dubai Rankings

Biggest Movers and Shakers

David Lingmerth
96
95th
David Lingmerth
Eddie Pepperell
89
71st
Eddie Pepperell
Patrick Reed
53
51st
Patrick Reed
Oliver Bekker
40
227th
Oliver Bekker
Justin Walters
7
110th
Justin Walters
Prom Meesawat
6
117th
Prom Meesawat
Soomin Lee
6
111th
Soomin Lee
Bernd Ritthammer
6
112th
Bernd Ritthammer
  • Pos
    Country
    Player
    Tournaments Played
    Race To Dubai Points
    Following

Access List

Top 10 - Access List Category Exemption for the 2018 season..... The Access List will run concurrently with the Race to Dubai but will exclude money earned at the most lucrative tournaments of the European Tour season – the eight Rolex Series events, the Masters and US PGA Championship and the four World Golf Championships. Money earned at The Open and US Open Championships will be included as all members have an equal opportunity to pre-qualify for those tournaments. The Top ten* players on the Final 2017 Access List (not otherwise exempt in the top 100 of the Final 2017 Race to Dubai or another higher Category of Membership) will retain their European Tour cards for the 2018 season. *Note: If there are any Affiliate Members within these top 10 players, the number of players retaining their cards in this Category will be increased accordingly....... Top 3 - Access List qualification into Rolex Series Tournaments.... The top performing players on the Access List will also be given the chance to compete against the world’s best players in the Rolex Series, with three spots in the fields of the BMW PGA Championship, the HNA Open de France and the Italian Open. At the conclusion of the Race to Dubai Tournament that precedes each of the above tournaments, the leading 3 players from the Access list (who are not otherwise exempt based on the tournament’s entry criteria and cut off), will qualify for such Rolex Series tournament. These 3 players will be identified on the respective Tournament Entry Lists once entries have closed for that tournament.

Biggest Movers And Shakers

191
49th
Patrick Reed
Kevin Na
168
133rd
Kevin Na
130
171st
Andrew Johnston
112
189th
Shane Lowry
9
260th
Florian Fritsch
9
258th
Shih-Chang Chan
9
259th
Jamie Rutherford
9
261st
Bradley Neil
  • Pos.
    Country
    PlayerName
    Tournaments Played
    Points
    Following
  • 1 1 Tommy Fleetwood
    ENG ENG
    Tommy Fleetwood ENG
    ENG ENG
    5
    1,362,801
  • 2 1 Bernd Wiesberger
    AUT AUT
    Bernd Wiesberger AUT
    AUT AUT
    8
    1,030,972
  • 3 Alexander Levy
    FRA FRA
    Alexander Levy FRA
    FRA FRA
    8
    709,042
  • 4
    RSA RSA
    Dylan Frittelli RSA
    RSA RSA
    9
    656,844
  • 5
    PAR PAR
    Fabrizio Zanotti PAR
    PAR PAR
    3
    577,127
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