Golf – Race To Dubai: Francesco Molinari In The Lead
Italian Francesco Molinari stayed on course to win his first Race to Dubai title in the wake of completing the opening round of the DP World Tour Championship a shot superior to equal Tommy Fleetwood.
If Tommy Fleetwood triumphs in the season finale and he finishes worse than tied fifth with one other person, only then can he be denied the general crown.
Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood may be good friends, but this week, they’re enemies. ?
The Ryder Cup stars are the only two players with a chance to win the European Tour’s Race to Dubai at the season-finale next week.https://t.co/MdXWxyd8mK
— Golf Digest (@GolfDigest) November 12, 2018
At present, Adrian Otaegui and Jordan Smith lead with Molinari behind on four under.
Spaniard Jon Rahm is closely followed by England’s Danny Willett who is on five under.
Molinari three-putted both the fifteenth and eighteenth, prior sharing a lead after 14 holes at the Jumeirah Golf Estates.
RT @GolfCentral: Only two players have a chance to win The Race To Dubai this week and of course, those two are Francesco Molinari and Tommy Fleetwood. @ToddLewisGC has the report on how Molinari controls his own destiny in this @TaylorMadeGolf Golf Cent… pic.twitter.com/UsdBwfySBS
— The Golf Shop (@TheGolfShopCo) November 15, 2018
Masters champion Patrick Reed and 4-time major victor Rory McIlroy are a piece of a twelve-way tie on three under.
Race To Dubai – Leaderboard
- Molinari Francesco
- Fleetwood Tommy
- Rose Justin
- Reed Patrick
- Schauffele Xander
- Mcilroy Rory
- Olesen Thorbjørn
- Noren Alex
- Li Haotong
- Pepperell Eddie
Since his legendary Ryder Cup performance Francesco Molinari went 56-43 so it seemed his season was a bit too long. Therefore I never expected him to do that well in #DPWTC, where he’s currently leading the tournament with -6 after 14 holes. Great finish for a great season.
— JJ’s Slice (@JJ_Slice) November 15, 2018
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