The European Tour is traveling to Dubai , United Arab Emirates for the 2020 DP World Tour Championship , Dubai . This year the event is taking place at Jumeirah Golf Estates. Don’t miss a moment of the excitement starting Wednesday, November 18, 2020.
The winner gets $3 million and the rest of the field is paid based on a $5 million purse with normal distribution. The DP World Tour Championship field is headed by Viktor Hovland, Patrick Reed and Tommy Fleetwood.
But with a bundle of points up for grabs in the season’s final event (much like the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup), Westwood and a few other golfers held an outside shot at claiming the Race to Dubai and its $2 million first prize . All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team.
The DP World Tour Championship, Dubai is a golf tournament on the European Tour and is the climax of the European Tour Race to Dubai. Winners .
|Winner||DP World Tour Championship, Dubai||Rory McIlroy (2)|
|Margin of victory||1 stroke|
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The Race to Dubai is a season-long competition to crown the European Tour’s number one player.
Starting in 2019, the DP World Tour Championship format is a 72-hole, stroke-play tournament with no handicaps or cut. The player who wins the event earns 2,000 Race to Dubai points , and each player completing the event earns points . At the conclusion, the points leader wins the season-long race .
The Players Championship
McIlroy’s net worth is estimated at $122 million .
Qualifying School 25 cards. European Tour Qualifying School is arguably the toughest test in golf. Held between September and November each year, only the top 25 players – and ties – at the end of the six-round Final Stage will make the grade and earn European Tour cards for the following season.
Here’s the final FedEx Cup prize money payout for each golfer at the 2020 Tour Championship. The winner of the FedEx Cup at East Lake earns $15 million.
|2019||Dustin Johnson (6/6)||Rory McIlroy (3/3)|
|2018||Phil Mickelson (3/3)||Xander Schauffele|
|2017||Dustin Johnson (4/6)||Justin Rose (2/2)|
|2016||Adam Scott (2/2)||Hideki Matsuyama (1/2)|
PGA Championship win McIlroy would win by eight strokes, setting a margin-of-victory record for the PGA Championship with a birdie on the final hole. McIlroy started the final round with a three stroke lead and shot a flawless, bogey-free 66 to run away from the field.
With the victory, Rahm grabbed the first-place prize money payout of $1.71 million from the overall purse of $9.5 million.