Ryder Cup stars set for DP World Tour Championship

Ryder Cup stars Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton, Nicolai Højgaard, Viktor Hovland, Shane Lowry, Robert MacIntyre and Sepp Straka are set to tee it up at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai from November 16-19.

The players formed part of Luke Donald’s triumphant European Team at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club last month and will be joined by teammates Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm at Jumeirah Golf Estates following the stunning 16 ½ – 11 ½ victory over the U.S Team in the Eternal City.

The Earth Course will once again play host to the top 50 golfers available in the Race to Dubai Rankings in partnership with Rolex, and the one-month countdown began today with Fleetwood on hand to hit a ceremonial tee shot off the first tee ahead of the fifth and final Rolex Series event of the DP World Tour season.

Fleetwood, who secured the Ryder Cup for Europe when he was guaranteed at least half a point in his match against Rickie Fowler, said: “Dubai has a special place in my heart, both as my home away from England and the home to one of my academies.

“I’ve played a number of tournaments here at Jumeirah Golf Estates and I look forward to the 15th edition of the DP World Tour Championship in November. The fans have been unbelievable over the years and it has been amazing to witness it grow over time with all the activities available for kids and families, plus some pretty decent golfers.

“It’s an exciting tournament and I can’t wait to have some of my Ryder Cup teammates here as well, it is going to be another special week.”

Celebrating 15 years, the world-class sporting and social event promises to deliver unparalleled excitement and entertainment showcasing ‘The Greatest Players on Earth’ as the top 50 golfers available on the DP World Tour tee it up at the prestigious Earth Course in Dubai.

Fans can once again witness the drama unfold as the Race to Dubai reaches a dramatic conclusion in the United Arab Emirates and Europe’s Number One is crowned.

Following record weekend crowds last year, free general admission tickets are available at dpwtc.com, with a range of early bird hospitality and elevated experience options to suit every golf fan.

The DP World Tour Championship offers a fantastic day out for all, combining world-class golf with an array of exciting activities and experiences. The vibrant village ensures an incredible atmosphere, featuring dedicated activations for children, free golf lessons for all ages, Ladies Day celebrations, trick-shot shows, large screens for enhanced viewing, and engaging sports activations.

Fans seeking an elevated experience can choose from a range of premium hospitality options. The Championship Chalet, situated on the 18th green, offers an exclusive vantage point to observe the thrilling conclusion of each round. The Earth Lounge, overlooking the 16th green, provides a chic and comfortable setting to relax and enjoy the action and the newly launched Greatest Bar on Earth ticket option offers fans preferential views of the 17th hole.

Once again, the G4D Tour Series Finale will be hosted at DP World Tour Championship from Friday 17 November, showcasing the leading gross ranked players from the World Ranking for Golfers with a Disability.

To secure free tickets for the 2023 DP World Tour Championship, Dubai and explore the various ticket options, including premium experiences, please visit dpwtc.com. After sellout crowds in 2022, don’t miss your chance to be part of this extraordinary event.

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