DUBAI • Francesco Molinari is the first Italian golf club who has won the Race title to Dubai on a European trip after his / her. Tommy Fleetwood's defense decision failed to win yesterday's DP World Tour Championship yesterday.
Molinari, 36, has heard an incredible season, and has won his Great Master's title at his Open Competition with the BMW PGA Championship.
The English Fleetwood, who had benefited at the Jumeirah Golf Estates, had to go to Molinari for the title of the European Tour Merit Order, ending the 16th with four lasts under 68 for 10 278, eight scenes behind the winner and the old Masters champion Danny Willett of England.
"It's amazing. Now I have time to sit down and relax and think back about the last few months," said Molinari, who killed the last 71 tour to be on 26th.
"Today's first day, the winner of the winner of the Open Championship Champion, Race to Dubai, is not really real at this time.
"It's bigger than I ever dreamed about performing. I see that I think they are better players than I am. winning and not winning the Command or Transition Order to Dubai. These things are accomplished in one amazing season. "
Molinari also played an important role in the victory of the European Team Ryder Cup across the United States at Le Golf National in September, first European five points in five. Four of these points were won in a partnership with the Fleetwood team.
"It's difficult in a way because it would be easier to play against anyone else but Fleetwood," said Molinari. "I know how talented it is and I thought it was going to win and put it in a hard place.
"It's obvious that he is a good person and a very talented player and I'm sure to be younger than me, he will win a Ride to Dubai a little while."
At the same time, Willett made a great return to the rank of his winner yesterday after he made three birds in his five holes at the Jumeirah Golf Estates World Course for completing 68 at 18, two clear shots from the same England Matt Wallace (68) and sister management of Father Patrick Reed (70).
The Englishman Willett had the world at his feet in April 2016 when he asked for a Major maid's title at his. Schoolmaster but has not affected the impact since then.
A wound and lack of form saw him falling as fast as 462nd in the world's numbers, but the 31-year-old man found his form in Dubai.
"It's been a hard work," Willett said shockingly after winning the sixth-time European tournament.
"It's been tough. I'm just proud of myself and everyone who has been around me.
"You do not know well when it's beneficial around the corner and, with everything that happened, I have never been sure it was going to happen again.
"To be happening here at the end of the year, we have fought a long and hard battle during this season to come out at the end, whatever happened today, a more best and better athlete.
"It's been a hell of work and it's just nice to be back."