By Matt Smith
With the DP World Tour finale getting set to tee off at Jumeirah Golf Estates in Dubai this week, there is plenty to play for.

Besides the fight for the final title of the 2022 season — the $10 million Rolex Series DP World Tour Championship — there is also the season-long DP World Tour Rankings race to be decided.

Ahead of Thursday’s first round, where a a host of players including Ryan Fox, Matt Fitzpatrick and Tommy Fleetwood look to chase down Rory McIlroy, here is a look at the final field taking part over the Earth Course this week, in order of their rankings.
Rory McIlroy
Ryan Fox
Matt Fitzpatrick
Tommy Fleetwood
Viktor Hovland
Shane Lowry
Adrian Meronk
Jordan Smith
Thriston Lawrence
Adrian Otaegui
Ewen Ferguson
Jon Rahm
Robert MacIntyre
Rasmus Højgaard
Richie Ramsay
Pablo Larrazábal
Yannik Paul
Callum Shinkwin
Tyrrell Hatton
Richard Bland
Victor Perez
Thorbjorn Olesen
Hurly Long
Shubhankar Sharma
Guido Migliozzi
Gavin Green
Adri Arnaus
Antoine Rozner
Alex Noren
Connor Syme
Oliver Bekker
Min Woo Lee
Kurt Kitayama
Matieu Pavon
Sam Horsfield
Ashun Wu
Oliver Wilson
Sebastian Soderberg
Rafa Cabrera Bello
Max Kieffer
Richard Mansell
Eddie Pepperell
Marcel Schneider
Joakim Lagergren
Jorge Campillo
Fabrizio Zanotti
Romain Langasque
David Law
Paul Waring
Haotong Li

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