Collin Morikawa claimed the glory at the DP World Tour Championship in 2021
By Matt Smith
Registration is now open for those wishing to attend the DP World Tour Championship, which takes place on the Jumeirah Golf Estates Earth Course in Dubai from November 17-20.
The traditional season-ending event will be bigger than ever with the Rolex Series event offering $10 million in prize money along with 12,000 DP World Tour Ranking Points as the top players fight for the honour of becoming the 2022 DP World Tour season-long champion.
Rory McIlroy’s third-place finish at the Open Championship at St Andrews in Scotland took the Northern Irishman back to the top of the rankings this week, ahead of American Will Zalatoris and England’s US Open champion Matt Fitzpatrick.
Norway’s Viktor Hovland sits fourth with evergreen Kiwi and Ras Al Khaimah champ Ryan Fox fifth.
Log onto the DP World Tour website to register for tickets.
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