How much the Top 10 made in the European Tour's Race to Dubai 2020

Lee Westwood crowned European Tour No.1 for the third time in his career 

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Sun, 13 Dec 2020
How much the Top 10 made in the European Tour's Race to Dubai 2020

Lee Westwood has been crowned European Tour No.1 for the third time in his career as he becomes the oldest winner of the Race to Dubai.

Westwood, 47, finished one stroke behind compatriot Matt Fitzpatrick at the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, but it was enough to add a third Race to Dubai title alongside his Order of Merit victories in 2000 and 2009. 

 

 

The Englishman ended up winning the Race to Dubai by only 18 points over Fitzpatrick, with America's Patrick Reed left to rue costly bogeys at the 16th and 17th to fall back into third place and 25 points back of Westwood. 

Tommy Fleetwood finished back in fourth place, with US PGA champion Collin Morikawa in fifth. 

Westwood wins a cool $3 million bonus for his efforts in the process. Take a closer look at how much the top 10 in the Race to Dubai standings ended up taking home, along with their final points totals. 

RACE TO DUBAI FINAL STANDINGS: HOW MUCH THEY WON

1 - Lee Westwood - 3128 pts - $3,000,000
2 - Matt Fitzpatrick - 3110.2 - $833,334
3 - Patrick Reed - 3103.7 - $555,555
4 - Tommy Fleetwood - 2182.6 - $313,000
5 - Collin Morikawa - 2096.6 - $250,000
6 - Victor Perez - 2072.9 - $212,000
7 - Christiaan Bezuidenhout - 1874.8 - $175,000
8 - Aaron Rai - 1741 - $150,000
9 - Tyrrell Hatton - 1736.5 - $125,000
10 - Louis Oosthuizen - 1646.2 - $112,000

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