- 30. november 2023Viktor Hovland jakter sin tredje strake seier i Tiger Woods PGA-turnering
- 1. oktober 2023Europa vant Ryder Cup
- 17. september 2023Viktor Hovland endte på 5. plass på Wentworth Club
- 28. august 2023Viktor Hovland feide all motstand til side - vant FedEx-cupen sammenlagt
- 20. august 2023Sikret seieren etter enorm avslutning
- 12. august 202313. plass til Viktor Hovland etter en litt skuffende avslutning
- 13. juli 2023Resultater PGA touren - Genesis Scottish Open 2023
- 23. juni 2023Hovland er åtte under par og med i tetkampen i Travelers Championship
- 16. juni 2023Fra dobbelbogey til eagle for Hovland
- 8. juni 2023Resultater PGA touren - RBC Canadian Open 2023
Resultater fra DP World Tour Championship som spilles i Dubai fra 16.-19. november 2023.
DP World Tour Championship 2023
16. – 19. november
Jumeirah Golf Estates, Earth Course, Dubai – UAE
Turneringen sendes på Viaplay.
Om DP World Tour Championship
The DP World Tour Championship is a golf tournament on the European Tour and is the climax of the DP World Tour Rankings. It is contested on the Greg Norman-designed Earth course at the Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The title sponsor is DP World, based in Dubai.
The tournament was first held in 2009 when the Order of Merit was replaced by the Race to Dubai. It is contested by the leading 50 players in the DP World Tour Rankings at the start of the tournament. It is the replacement for the Volvo Masters, which was a similar event for the leading 60 money winners on the Order of Merit.
Originally the tournament was to have a record prize fund of US$10,000,000, of which the winner’s share would be US$1,666,660, however in September 2009 it was announced that there would be a 25% reduction in both the overall prize fund and the winners cheque. The prize fund was increased to US$8,000,000 in 2012 and then US$9,000,000 in 2021 when the European Tour announced the new title sponsorship with DP World Tour.
The tournament also determines the Race to Dubai Bonus Pool, which goes to the top golfers on the DP World Tour Rankings after the tournament. It was original set at US$10,000,000 but reduced to US$7,500,000 paid to the top 15 players with the Race to Dubai winner getting US$1,500,000. In 2012 the bonus pool was cut in half to US$3,750,000 and reduced to the top 10 golfers, with the winner getting US$1,000,000.
The 2013 DP World Tour Championship at Jumeirah Golf Estates delivered a US$44 million gross economic benefit to Dubai, according to independent research commissioned by tournament organisers, The European Tour as stated in Vision magazine.
|#||Year||Winner||Score||To par||Margin of
|DP World Tour Championship|
|14th||2022||Jon Rahm (3)||268||−20||2 strokes|| Tyrrell Hatton
|DP World Tour Championship, Dubai|
|13th||2021||Collin Morikawa||271||−17||3 strokes|| Alexander Björk
|12th||2020||Matt Fitzpatrick (2)||273||−15||1 stroke||Lee Westwood||8,000,000||3,000,000|
|11th||2019||Jon Rahm (2)||269||−19||1 stroke||Tommy Fleetwood||8,000,000||3,000,000|
|10th||2018||Danny Willett||270||−18||2 strokes|| Patrick Reed
|9th||2017||Jon Rahm||269||−19||1 stroke|| Kiradech Aphibarnrat
|8th||2016||Matt Fitzpatrick||271||−17||1 stroke||Tyrrell Hatton||8,000,000||1,333,300|
|7th||2015||Rory McIlroy (2)||267||−21||1 stroke||Andy Sullivan||8,000,000||1,333,300|
|6th||2014||Henrik Stenson (2)||272||−16||2 strokes|| Victor Dubuisson
|5th||2013||Henrik Stenson||263||−25||6 strokes||Ian Poulter||8,000,000||1,333,300|
|4th||2012||Rory McIlroy||265||−23||2 strokes||Justin Rose||8,000,000||1,333,300|
|Dubai World Championship|
|3rd||2011||Álvaro Quirós||269||−19||2 strokes||Paul Lawrie||7,500,000||1,166,600|
|2nd||2010||Robert Karlsson||274||−14||Playoff||Ian Poulter||7,500,000||1,166,600|||
|1st||2009||Lee Westwood||265||−23||6 strokes||Ross McGowan||7,500,000||1,166,600|