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Experience the climax of the European Tour by being there yourself to see the top 60 European Tour players compete in the final event of the Race to Dubai at the DP World Tour Championship at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai. With The 2019 DP World Championship sure to become one of the best golf events on The European Tour's schedule, check out our exclusive tickets, golf, hotel and flight experiences today.
2018 Winner: Danny Willett (-18, €1,330,330 Prize Money)
Youngest Winner: Rory Mcilroy (23 years and 205 days, 2012)
Oldest Winner: Robert Karlsson (41 years and 86 days, 2010)
Lowest 18 Hole Score: -10 (Justin Rose, 2012)
Lowest 72 Hole Score: -26 (Henrik Stenson, 2014)
The Jumeirah Golf Estates is home to 2 championship golf courses, inspired by the 4 natural elements of Fire, Earth, Water and Wind. The Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates has been opened for play since 2009, and hosted the DP Tour Championship in the same year. The Jumeirah Golf Estates has sealed its name as one of the top resorts in Dubai and also one of the most prestigious golfing developments around the world.
|7,706 yards||72||Greg Norman||2009|
Dubai is the perfect place for a sunshine break with a hot desert climate where temperatures exceed 30°C. In November, the average temperature is 25°C with potential lows of 19 C and Highs of 30 C; definitely warm enough for shorts on the course. It would be also very wise to pack the sunglasses with 9 hours of sunshine everyday.
Jumeirah Golf Estates is only a 30 minute drive from Dubai International Airport via the Al Khail Road/E 44. There are 13 flights per day from to Dubai, with a wide choice of airlines including Emirates Airlines, Royal Brunei and British Airways.
|2015||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland||-21||€1,230,792|
|2012||Rory McIlroy||Northern Ireland||-23||€1,041,429|
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