Denmark’s Thorbjørn Olesen continued his lead to a sixth place in the race to Dubai for the European Golf Championship after winning third place at the American Bridgestone Championships, boosting his chances of qualifying for the eighth time in a row at the DP World tour held at the Jumeirah Golf Course. In November and is the final tournament of the European Tour.
The 28-year-old Danish finished third in the US championship with 510,000 points in the race to Dubai and has already taken part in the last seven editions of the DP World tour and is now close to the eighth.
Tommy Fleetwood, who holds the title of “Race to Dubai” and is the winner of the Abu Dhabi title at the start of the season, moved from fourth to third place on the “Race to Dubai” ranking after finishing 14th in the US championship.
Northern Ireland’s Rory McElroy came in sixth to fourth place in the race to Dubai with 2,735,833 points, searching for his first title in four years.
Fiji’s international championship was sponsored by Fiji earlier this week and Indian Gagangit Bhullar managed to grab the title from a large number of European players.
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