The “Golf in Dubai” championship presented by DP World is waiting for the crowning of the first champion in the last round, which will be held tomorrow. Jumeirah Golf with the participation of some of the world’s best players competing for a prize fund of $ 1.2 million.
The title-winning player will receive a cash prize of $ 194,310 and the runner-up, $ 125,730, noting that the allocated financial prizes will be distributed to the 72-place holders who have reached the critical roles.
The race will be open to the podium in light of the results presented by the participants and the most prominent candidates in view of the results achieved by the English trio with the presence of Andy Sullivan, who achieved 17 under-par in the first two rounds, and both Ross Fischer and Matt Wallace, who scored 14 strikes below average and is close to them, the German Max Schmidt, Frenchman Antoine Rosner and Craig Howe scored 12 times below par.
In addition to the attempt to crown the title, the competition is fierce among the players to get the first places on the ranking list in general in order to enhance their points balance this season and book a qualification card for the Dubai Ports World Tour Championship that will be held next week and constitute the final tournament of the season “Race to Dubai” .
For his part, Dr. Andrew Murray, chief medical officer of the European Golf Tour, praised the efforts made by Dubai to provide this additional event in addition to the DP World Tour Championship, which begins next week, given the important role of the UAE in stimulating sports activity following the emerging kurna virus pandemic.
He said: “Golf is in many ways an ideal sport to apply social distancing because it is a non-friction sport that takes place over a vast area on land with low population density. Therefore, social distancing is very easy and effective. In addition, a golfer can play a full round of golf with paddles.” Its golf balls without the need for any contact or cross-contamination. “
He added, “In Dubai, the sun shines almost throughout the year, yet increasing levels of vitamin D are achieved, which is important in moderating the body’s immune responses as well as maintaining the health of bones, muscles and teeth.”