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Race to Dubai 2017 - Week 26/17

Alvaro Quiros has won the Rocco Forte Open beating Zander Lombard in a playoff to win his seventh European title.
Quiros started the last round with a five-shot lead and had increased it to 7 after 6 holes, he dropped five shots on the back nine however setting up a playoff. He and Lombard both parred the first playoff hole and looked set to repeat it on the second when Lombard missed a short putt and Quiros tapped for the win.
Quiros and Lombard finished at 14-under 270, Haotong Li finished third at 13-under and Pep Angles fourth at 12-under.
Quiros hadn't won since 2011 and had dropped to 703 in the World Ranking. Having lost his playing privileges he had decided to focus on the Challenge Tour this season. His win this week means he is back on Tour and will move into the top 250 in the world.
Quiros moves up from 212 to 67 this week, Lombard moves up to 77 from 199, Li moves up 15 spots to 50 and Angles up from 89 to 72.

European Tour
Money List Winners 1971 to present
99 00 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08
The Race To Dubai
Final Ranking of: 2009 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Weekly Rankings of 2017
OTHER MONEY LISTS
MULTIPLE ORDER OF MERIT WINNERS
Colin Montgomerie - 8
Seve Ballesteros - 6
Peter Oosterhuis - 4
Sandy Lyle - 3
Rory McIlroy - 3
Ernie Els - 2
Nick Faldo - 2
Retief Goosen - 2
Bernhard Langer - 2
Lee Westwood - 2
Ian Woosnam - 2

Race To Dubai 2017 ranking - week ending May 21

Rank
Player
Nat
Events
Race to Dubai Points
1 Sergio Garcia ESP 4
2,440,595
2 Tommy Fleetwood ENG 9
1,910,514
3 Jon Rahm ESP 3
1,509,828
4 Justin Rose ENG 3
1,175,686
5 Bernd Wiesberger AUT 9
1,056,928
6 Ross Fisher ENG 8
1,052,296
7 Charl Schwartzel RSA 5
881,520
8 Thomas Pieters BEL 5
836,780
9 Rory Mcilroy NIR 4
716,614
10 Fabrizio Zanotti PAR 7
700,750
11 Alexander Levy FRA 7
680,190
12 Pablo Larrazábal ESP 10
601,760
13 Hideto Tanihara JPN 4
599,325
14 David Lipsky USA 8
593,276
15 Rafa Cabrera Bello ESP 9
586,749
16 Jeunghun Wang KOR 10
541,157
17 Edoardo Molinari ITA 12
499,067
18 Dylan Frittelli RSA 11
490,187
19 Martin Kaymer GER 6
477,886
20 Sam Brazel AUS 9
456,609
21 Tyrrell Hatton ENG 5
427,223
22 Paul Dunne IRL 11
423,422
23 Brandon Stone RSA 8
404,363
24 Lee Westwood ENG 6
404,036
25 Dean Burmester RSA 9
397,453
26 Alex Noren SWE 6
394,251
27 Søren Kjeldsen DEN 3
391,933
28 Matthew Fitzpatrick ENG 5
344,124
29 Henrik Stenson SWE 4
339,536
30 Chris Wood ENG 7
334,367
31 Paul Waring ENG 10
333,420
32 Jordan Smith ENG 14
331,696
33 Brett Rumford AUS 8
316,765
34 Jorge Campillo ESP 10
311,979
35 S.S.P Chawrasia IND 8
307,595
36 Mike LorenzoVera FRA 7
305,030
37 Jaco Van Zyl RSA 10
296,728
38 Peter Uihlein USA 11
296,396
39 Danny Willett ENG 7
292,844
40 Graeme Storm ENG 11
288,253
41 Joost Luiten NED 8
286,297
42 Lasse Jensen DEN 12
284,512
43 Andrew Dodt AUS 9
269,497
44 Thomas Aiken RSA 8
262,127
45 George Coetzee RSA 11
261,676
46 Darren Fichardt RSA 9
261,475
47 James Morrison ENG 10
257,586
48 Branden Grace RSA 5
247,991
49 Joakim Lagergren SWE 8
245,338
50 Haotong Li CHN 8
244,685
51 Thongchai Jaidee THA 8
227,031
52 Mikko Korhonen FIN 10
221,659
53 Scott Jamieson SCO 10
207,637
54 Phachara Khongwatmai THA 5
206,314
55 Kevin Na USA 3
204,802
56 Kiradech Aphibarnrat THA 8
203,320
57 Grégory Bourdy FRA 10
201,581
58 Alexander Björk SWE 11
199,410
59 Matteo Manassero ITA 9
197,724
60 Carlos Pigem ESP 9
194,445
61 Byeong Hun An KOR 4
192,351
62 Francesco Molinari ITA 3
189,631
63 Chris Hanson ENG 12
189,250
64 Andy Sullivan ENG 7
185,840
65 Nacho Elvira ESP 10
183,062
66 Jason Scrivener AUS 10
182,681
67 Alvaro Quiros ESP 7
182,445
68 Richard Sterne RSA 4
181,662
69 Thorbjørn Olesen DEN 7
179,148
70 Harold Varner III USA 1
175,630
71 Anirban Lahiri IND 3
164,533
72 Pep Angles ESP 13
160,658
73 Benjamin Hebert FRA 9
160,464
74 Chris Paisley ENG 12
158,205
75 Thomas Detry BEL 11
153,922
76 Renato Paratore ITA 12
144,559
77 Zander Lombard RSA 8
130,590
78 Stephen Gallacher SCO 9
130,560
79 Stuart Manley WAL 7
127,261
80 Grégory Havret FRA 11
126,819
81 David Drysdale SCO 13
124,485
82 Maximilian Kieffer GER 10
121,223
83 Daniel Brooks ENG 13
120,255
84 Trevor Fisher Jnr RSA 7
119,142
85 Marcus Fraser AUS 7
117,920
86 Paul Peterson USA 11
117,421
87 Victor Dubuisson FRA 4
115,500
88 Justin Walters RSA 13
115,475
89 Scott Hend AUS 10
114,996
90 Patrick Reed USA 4
114,790
91 Soomin Lee KOR 10
114,416
92 Daniel Im USA 11
112,675
93 Lucas Bjerregaard DEN 9
112,345
94 Wade Ormsby AUS 10
111,539
95 Russell Knox SCO 3
110,563
96 Peter Hanson SWE 5
108,782
97 Prom Meesawat THA 6
107,697
98 Romain Langasque FRA 11
106,847
99 Ricardo Gouveia POR 11
100,909
100 Joël Stalter FRA 11
100,261

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