The Race to Dubai is well and truly hotting up.
Callum Shinkwin claimed his second DP World Tour title with an impressive win at Celtic Manor this weekend.
The victory saw him move to 28th in the Race to Dubai standings after a final-round 70 secured a first victory since the 2020 Cyprus Open. Connor Syme finished second, while Julien Guerrier slipped back to tied-third
November 17 will see the top 60 European Tour players compete in the final event of the Race to Dubai at the DP World Tour Championship. The grand finale will play out at the City of Gold’s Jumeirah Golf Estates – an Eden across 1,119 hectares of lush green landscape. The luxurious setting opened in 2009 and comprises 16 unique communities overlooking two of the world’s finest golf courses. It offers a wide range of services including dining options, event facilities, a modern golf academy, driving ranges and a pro-shop.
The next step along DP World Tour’s journey to Dubai is Northern Ireland for the ISPS Handa World Invitational, tri-sanctioned with the LPGA Tour and the Ladies European Tour.