The European Tour season comes to an end this week with the annual stop off at Jumeirah Golf Estates for the DP World Tour Championship. Only the top 60 players in the Race to Dubai rankings (with adjustments made for the players who qualified but are injured) earned a place to compete at Jumeirah’s Earth Course. That’s guaranteed a top quality field, full of potential champions. However, when it comes to the season long Race to Dubai, only three men remain in the running. Current leader Tommy Fleetwood is the odds-on favourite to complete the job but he’ll be wary about the challenge of both Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia. Those two have won some of the biggest tournaments in golf and will not wilt under the pressure. Can Fleetwood hold out? And, who will win this prestigious tournament?
The big news in golf over the past few weeks is that Tiger Woods is making yet another return to competitive action. Tiger has chosen the event he hosts, the Hero World Challenge, to make his comeback so there will clearly be a huge amount of interest paid to next week’s tournament. But as a small field invitational, the Hero World Challenge is not part of the FedEx Cup. In fact, after this week’s RSM Classic, there will be no official PGA Tour events taking place until the New Year. Before the players can put their clubs away for a well-earned rest though, there’s the small matter of the RSM Classic at Sea Island to take care of first.
Given Jose Mourinho’s propensity for a good old sulk, Man Utd’s training ground at Carrington won’t have been much fun over the last fortnight.
David Moyes hasn’t exactly been welcomed to West Ham with open arms. The former Everton manager saw his reputation badly damaged by disappointing spells in charge of Man Utd and Real Sociedad before being relegated as Sunderland boss last season.
The Premier League returns with a bang from the international break early with the North London Derby early on Saturday afternoon.