European Tour: The current Race to Dubai rankings and HOW MUCH they will win

Collin Morikawa is the man to catch in the current standings but there are elite players chasing him down.

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Fri, 29 Oct 2021

European Tour: The current Race to Dubai rankings and HOW MUCH they will win

The European Tour heads into the business end of the season next month. 

A host of big names will head to Dubai for the DP World Tour Championship and will have a chance of winning the £2.9 million on offer. 

This year's tournament will take place on the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates which is a par-72 layout measuring at 7,675 yards. 

The winner of the four day finale to the European Tour taking place between 18-21 November will take home more than any major winner. 

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A cool £2.2 million will go to first place whilst the Race to Dubai champion will collect £700,000. 

Heading into the event the man leading the current rankings is the United States' Collin Morikawa. 

Morikawa, 24, cashed in on some much needed points when he won this year's Open at Royal St. George's. 

This is how things currently stand in the top 10:

Collin Morikawa 3,856.4

Billy Horschel 3,620.2

Jon Rahm 3,402.5

Tyrrell Hatton 2,472.1

Matt Fitzpatrick 2,113.2

Min Woo Lee 2,049.7

Paul Casey 2,039.0

Abraham Ancer 1,838.2

Richard Bland 1,784.7

Will Zalatoris 1,704.7

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