Just after completing his best season in his career yet, Rory Mcllroy was crowned as the Race to Dubai winner for the second time in three years, after failing to receive it last year.
His company is now having trouble allowing him to play earlier next season, because their contract will be in charge from February, so Rory has to pull out of the two China tournaments to be able to prepare and to play legally when he hits the court next year.
He is in Dubai at the moment for the last 10 days where he spent his time to relax and prepare himself for the season-ending World Tour Championship, where he was the winner two years ago.
But this time he has managed to win the title and the Race crown ahead of schedule. He showed the world how to put aside problems that are not related to the sport, and be a very good competitor. He commented that he was glad to be able to put things out of his mind and play the game that he wants. Mcllroy also commented that this is the first year that he has been able to do it, and he is enjoying it, with hopes of more years to come with the same energy. He added that it is almost like a holiday to get back on the golf pitch and on the tournaments and events while thinking solely about that and nothing more. On the other hand he says about the lawyers’ offices that it’s not the nicest thing and it takes away lots of time to get the job done.
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As he won by two shots in Dubai, the Swedish Henrik Stenson has retained his DP World Tour Championship title.
His concurrent the Spaniard Rafael Cabrera-Bello, who started with same points and joined lead as the Swedish player, failed to pit the ball in on the first try on 16th and 17th hole and just as the last hole was coming near, his challenge was fading away.
Stenson’s cup team mates Rory McIlroy, Victor Dubuisson and Justin Rose were sharing the 2nd place on 14 under, as the leader Stenson himself had 16 under par.
Stenson missed the first shot at the 11th hole with hitting on the back nine, and gave his Spanish opponent Rafael Cabrera-Bello the two shot lead up until the 17th hole, where he made a brilliant too shot and reclaimed the lead. In the meantime the Spanish player Rafael Cabrera-Bello hit the water two times, letting his advantage fade and jump right out of his hands.