Scotland’s Top-Five Chilling Out After Years Of Jumping Straight Into The Deep End Of A New Season.

  For the first time in many a year Scotland’s current five top golfers, who competed last week in the Dubai season-ender, have not had to rush off to South Africa for the opening events of a new season. It means the clubs being packed away and no scorecard in their back pockets till at least the second week of January. The five, and in order of their final 2022 DP World final money-list standings – Ewen Ferguson (17th), Robert MacIntyre (19th), Richie Ramsay (19th), Connor Syme (28th) ...

McGuire: In Such A Tumultuous​ Period​​ How Did McIloy Stay Focussed To End ​His​ Year A Triple No. 1?

Rory McIlroy has ended a 15th full season in the professional ranks on a positive note, creating golfing history in becoming the first player to end a season as a triple No. 1. McIlroy will see out 2022 in some 19 days as World No. 1, PGA Tour No. 1 and now DP World Tour No. 1. This past season he’s won three times on the PGA Tour that helped McIlroy capture a third FedEx Cup title but yet, he did not taste success on the DP World Tour but played strong enough over the season to be crowned European ...

Min Woo Lee Heading ‘Down Under’ Standing Tall After A Strong Global Season Showing

…. Jumeirah Estates, Dubai Min Woo Lee was heading home ‘proud’ of his efforts after a fourth full season on the DP World Tour. Lee, 24, birdied the closing hole for a second day running in a three-under 679 for a seven-under tally and a share of 12th place at the year-ending DP World Tour Championship here on the Earth Course at Jumeirah Estates. The effort handed the Perth golfer an eventual season-ending 34th place on the DP World Tour money-list, and also at the close of the Tour’s ...

Scottish Foursome Superbly Qualify For 2023 Open After DP World Tour Finale

…. Jumeirah Estates, Dubai The Scottish foursome of Ewen Ferguson, Robert MacIntyre, Richie Ramsay and Connor Syme were congratulating each other delighted in earning automatic tee-times into next year’s 151st Open Championship at Royal Liverpool. The four brilliantly finished inside top-30 on the DP World Tour money list to book their Hoylake tee-times with Ferguson ending his year 17th, MacIntryre 18th, Ramsay 19th and Syme, jumping four places from 32nd and outside the 30 into 28th place ...

Syme In Sight Of An Open Championship Tee Time Heading Into Dubai Final Round

… Jumeirah Estates, Dubai Connor Syme is quietly confident there’s an automatic 2023 Open Championship tee time in his golf bag as a reward heading to his final event of the season at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. Syme, at 33rd on the Race to Dubai money list, is three places shy of the top-30 that at tournament end will be rewarded with a Royal Liverpool tee time while his third round 70 moved him to two-under and just outside the leading 20 in the US$4m season finale. Spaniard ...

McIlroy & Otaegui Act 2 High Noon Saturday In Dubai

…. Jumeirah Estates, Dubai While Rory McIroy is taking the war of words seemingly single-handedly to LIV Golf, he continues to show a respectful side to many of those who joined the breakaway tour. One of those was Spain’s Adrian Otaegui, who was drawn to compete alongside the World No. 1 on day two of the season-ending DP World Tour Championship. And strangely in finishing tied at five-under the pair will be out on day three here in Dubai. Their day two pairing brought suggestions of ...

Scottish Patience Tested During Opening Day DP World Tour Championship

… Jumeirah Estates, Dubai The five Scots teeing-up this week were each tested in sweltering conditions on the opening round of the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. Up front, the England duo of US Open champ, Matthew Fitzpatrick and Tyrrell Hatton, lead the elite 50-player field with seven-under 65s and Fitzpatrick lighting-up the course with five birdies in succession off the bat. However, the birdies dried-up as Fitzpatrick played the closing 11 holes in just two-under. Richie Ramsay ...