The race for the Arabian Dallah Cup is coming to an end after an enthusiastic conclusion to the third round of the “Hero Dubai Desert Classic” golf tournament, with the participation of the best players throughout the current season on the “Majlis” course at the Emirates Golf Club, to win prize money amounting to $ 9 million for the tournament that represents The second event of the Rolex series within the “DB World” tour for the 2023 season.
The third round competitions witnessed the world number one, Rory McCroy, who was lucky today, Sunday, and gave a distinguished performance, scoring a total of 201 points, 15 strokes below par. The 33-year-old Northern Irishman is one of the brightest names in golf, and won the title Dubai Desert Classic for the years 2009 and 2015, along with many other titles of the World Golf Championships.
Rory expressed his happiness with this result, saying: “I think the result reflects a great difference in the performance that I presented, which is what I planned for my participation here, and I am also looking forward to achieving more tomorrow and winning the championship. I feel an improvement in my performance today and I am full of enthusiasm and will for tomorrow’s competitions.
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