Northern Irish player Rory McCroy won the title of the 34th edition of the “Hero Dubai Desert Classic”, which was held at the “Majlis” course at the Emirates Golf Club, and is the second event of the Rolex series within the “DB World” tour for the 2023 season, with prize money amounting to nine million dollars. .
Rory McCroy, 33, ranked number one in the world, was crowned at the end of the competitions yesterday, in which he achieved 19 strikes below average, benefiting from scoring four strikes below average in the last round, to win the prize money of one million and 53 thousand dollars, and thus he was able to win Obtaining the “Hero Dubai Desert Classic” championship title for the third time, as he won the same championship title in 2009 and 2015.
And he won the title of runner-up in the American tournament, “Patrick Reed”, who finished the fourth round with 18 strikes below average, and fell one stroke behind from the first place to finish second. Australian “Lucas Herbert” came third with 16 strikes below average, followed by England’s “Callum Shinquin” fourth. With 15 hits under par.
The coronation ceremony was attended by Sheikh Fahim bin Sultan Al Qasimi, President of the Emirates Golf Association, Vice President of the Emirates Golf Association, Major General “M” Abdullah Al Hashemi, CEO and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Wasl Asset Management Group Hisham Al Qassim, and Secretary General of the Dubai Sports Council Saeed Hareb.
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