results for the week of November 21, 2022

End clap for this 2022 season of the DP World Tour! As expected, Rory McIlroy managed to develop his game to have his say in this final. Congratulations to all the players and especially our 4 French who were present in Dubai! The 2023 season starts now.

DP World Tour – DP World Championship

With 4 very good rounds, Jon Rahm won this last tournament of the season on the DP World Tour in – 20. The Spaniard managed to keep a distance on his two pursuers: Tyrrell Hatton and Alex Noren (-18).

With this new victory on the European circuit, Jon Rahm becomes the 1st player to win 5 Rolex Series labeled tournaments ! Spanish also provides a record in looking back on the 3rd final of the Race To Dubai (2017, 2019 and 2022).

In single terminal 4th (-16), Rory McIlroy win the DP World Tour season (formerly Race To Dubai)! already FedEx Cup Winner in August (PGA Tour season), the Northern Irishman therefore achieved the double. It’s about 2nd double in history after Henrik Stenson in 2013. This is the 4th time winning the season of the DP World Tour (2012, 2014, 2015 and 2022).

Rory McIlroy will start its 2023 season being more than ever world No. 1! He will obviously be keen to seek this Major title which has narrowly escaped him this year and after which he has been chasing since 2014…

With a nice last card (66), Victor Perez ends his season by finishing 12th in this tournament (-7). The Tarbais ranks 22nd of the season and 107th in the world ! Behind him, Romain Langasque finished in 20th place in the tournament (-4). He won 2 places in the season standings to finish 48th. He is currently 264th in the world.

Another good season for the member of the Golf Plus team, Antoine Rozner. He finished his last tournament of the season in 34th place (by total) and finished in 35th place overall! He is currently 182nd in the world.

More complicated for Matthew Pavon who finished 49th in this tournament (+8). A tournament to forget but which does not taint its beautiful season. He finished 40th overall and 202nd worldwide.

The 2023 season of the DP World Tour begins this week with 2 simultaneous tournaments in South Africa (Joburg Open) and in Australia (Fortinet Australian PGA Championship).

LPGA – CME Group Tour Championship

Season finale also for the LPGA. On the side of Naples in Florida, the 60 best players of the season are engaged in a last golf battle. In this game, Lydia Ko was the best. She won this tournament in -17 and outstripped Leona Maguire (-15). Anna Nordqvist finished in 3rd place (-14).

This is the third success of the season for Lydia Ko who therefore logically win this season of the LPGA. She is ahead Atthaya Thitikul and Brooke M. Henderson.

Nice finish for Céline Boutier, the only committed Frenchwoman, who finished in 10th place in this final tournament (-8). She ends her season at the 11th general’s seat. Unfortunately no wins this season but 12 Tops 10. She ranks 14th in the world.

Pauline Roussinnot present for this final, still finished his season in 69th place!

PGA Tour – The RSM Classic

The Canadian Adam Svensson earn his first victory on the PGA Tour. In -19, he wins ahead Callum Tarren, Sahith Theegala and Brian Harman (-17).

In 5th place (-15), the Irishman Seamus Power confirms its status as leader of the FedEx Cup.

French Martin Trainer finished in 54th place in this tournament (-6).

Return of the PGA Tour next week at Global Hero Challengeorganized by Tiger Woods !

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