Wednesday , December 8 2021

Villett wins when Molinari is at the top of the race in Dubai



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Cape Town – Danny Villett He made a triumphant return to the winner circuit as Francesco Molinari he was crowned by European number 1 on a dramatic last day DP Vorld Tour Championship in Dubai – the eighth and final event of the Rolek 2018 series.

English Vilet has made three birdies in the last five holes to reach 18 in a pair, twice without a fellow Englishman Matt Vallas – who has done enough to participate in the Bonus Pool, finishing in the tenth place in the ranking Race to Dubai – and the ruling champion Masters Patrick Reed, who is second in season ranking.

Vilet in April 2016 made his big breakthrough with a win at the Masters tournament, but when he arrived this week at Jumeirah Golf Estates, who remained his last title after struggling with injuries and loss of form.

He missed five of his first seven seasons this season, but winning the Italian opening weakened his campaign, and two more Rolek series followed before winning the European Tournament title 6 in the field with the final round 68.

After the season the star that included the first major title at the Open, the Rolek Series wins the BMV PGA Championship and a record five points in the Rider Cup, Molinari entered Sunday finding out that only victory for the closest rival and great friend Tommy Fleetvood could to refuse the title of the Race to Dubai.

Despite finishing 12 goals off the goal, Fleetvood's 16th place meant that Italy had the first European no. 1.

Defense World Cup championship champion, Dubai champion Jon Rahm finished fourth in the fourth match with fellow Spaniard Adrian Otaegui and Dean Burmester South Africa.

Englishman Tom Levis and Dilan Frittelli South Africa were returned back, and the second Masters winner in Sergi Garcia in the 12th in a row with the double win of the Rolek Series Alek Noren and Thai Kiradech Aphibarnrat.

In the meantime, India's Shubhankar Sharma was confirmed as Sir Henry Cotton Rookie for the year after the debut season, which included two titles of the European Tournament.

Final results

270 D Villett 67 67 68 68,

272 P Reed (USA) 69 66 67 70, M Vallace (Eng) 68 65 71 68,

274 A Otaegui (Esp) 66 68 71 69, D Burmester (RSA) 71 65 68 70, J Rahm (Esp) 67, 70, 69, 68,

275 D Fritelli (RSA) 70 73 66 66, T Levis 69 69 67 70,

276 S Garcia (Esp) 71 68 67 70, A Noren (All) 69 71 67 69, K Aphibarnrat (Tha) 70 66 71 69,

277 T Pieters (Bel) 68 70 72 67, H Stenson (All) 71 66 69 71, J Smith 66 68 69 74, A Bjork 72 65 70 70,

278 hp Schauffele (USA) 71 71 70 66, T Fleetvood (Eng) 69 67 74 68,

279 R Cabrera Bello (Esp) 69 69 71 70, M Southgate (Eng) 71 69 72 67,

280 R McIlroy (Nir) 69 67 71 73, L Vousod (Eng) 70 69 65 76,

281 A Pavan (Ita) 69 69 70 73, T Hatton 71 72 65 73, M Kinhult 69 71 70 71, J Luiten 69 73 70 69,

282 F Molinari (Ita) 68 73 70 71, E Van Rooien (RSA) 71 71 69 71, A Sullivan (Eng) 72 67 69 74,

283 T Deteri (Bel) 70 70 69 74,

284 S Lovri (Irl) 70 72 69 73, M Lorenzo Vera (Fra) 70 72 74 68, H Li (Chn) 68 73 69 74, V Ormsby (Aus) 69 72 68 75,

285 C Paislei (Eng) 71 71 69 74, H Taniara (Jpn) 69 71 72 73, B Grace (RSA) 71 75 69 70, A Lev (Fra) 72 72 72 69, M Fitzpatrick (Eng) 74 72 70 69, A Vu (Chn) 72 74 67 72, R Knocks (Sco) 73 68 73 71,

286 S Horsfild (Eng) 73 67 72 74, L Bjerregaard (Den) 76 71 66 73, S Sharma 73 67 66 80, P Dunne (Irl) 72 69 75 70,

287 T Olesen (Den) 71 73 72 71, R Fok (Nzl) 74 74 68 71,

288 R Fisher (Eng) 68 73 72 75,

289 A Rai (Eng) 73 75 69 72,

290 L Herbert (Aus) 74 70 74 72, J Lagergren (All) 76 79 65 70,

291 J Campillo (Esp) 74 74 74 69, L Slatteri (Eng) 72 70 73 76, I Poulter 72 74 76 69, R Rock 71 73 75 72,

292 D Fichardt (RSA) 74 71 73 74, M Kajmer (Ger) 72 75 74 71,

293 B Stone (RSA) 74 76 72 71, M Korhonen (Fin) 69 74 69 81,

298 C Wood (Eng) 73 76 73 76,

** E Pepperell (Eng) 75 RT 0 0,

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