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Race to Dubai 2017 - Week 01/17 & Final

Brandon Stone has won the Alfred Dunhill Championship with a seven shot victory over Richard Sterne.
Stone closed the tournament with a 67 for a 22 under par total to win his second trophy of the calendar year after the BMW SA Open hosted by City of Ekurhuleni in January.
Sterne finished with a 67, 15-under followed by Thomas Detry in third place at 13-under. Thomas Aiken, Benjamin Hebert, Scott Jamieson, Carlos Pigem, Charl Schwartzel and Graeme Storm finished in fourth at 12-under.
Stone becomes the youngest South African (23 years and 228 days) to win his first two Tour event since Charl Schwartzel (22 years and 241 days). He is also the youngest South African to win his first two Tour events on home soil since George Coetzee (2014 Joburg Open and 2015 Tshwane Open).

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 December 04

Rank
Player
Nat
Events
Money (€)
1 STONE Brandon  RSA 1 190,200
2 STERNE Richard RSA 1 138,000
3 DODT Andrew  AUS 1 117,083
4 DETRY Thomas BEL 1 83,040
5 HALL Ashley  AUS 1 52,689
6 RUMFORD Brett  AUS 1 44,680
7 JAMIESON Scott SCO 1 40,300
8 SCHWARTZEL Charl  RSA 1 40,300
9 AIKEN Thomas  RSA 1 40,300
10 STORM Graeme ENG 1 40,300
11 HEBERT Benjamin  FRA 1 40,300
12 PIGEM Carlos  ESP 1 40,300
13 VAN DRIEL Darius NED 1 34,248
14 FOX Ryan NZL 1 26,345
15 EASTON Bryce RSA 1 23,520
16 LEWIS Tom ENG 1 19,832
17 HEND Scott  AUS 1 19,832
18 GALLACHER Stephen SCO 1 19,832
19 MEESAWAT Prom  THA 1 19,832
20 LANGASQUE Romain FRA 1 19,832
21 HANSON Chris  ENG 1 18,580
22 MADDY Paul  ENG 1 18,580
23 HORNE Keith  RSA 1 18,580
24 DRYSDALE David  SCO 1 18,580
25 RITTHAMMER Bernd  GER 1 18,580
26 AHLERS Jaco RSA 1 18,580
27 BURMESTER Dean RSA 1 15,240
28 BJÖRK Alexander  SWE 1 15,240
29 HEISELE Sebastian  GER 1 15,240

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