Belgian Thomas Peters has been crowned Czech Masters Golf, close to securing his place in the top 50 of the season to return for the fifth consecutive time at the DP World Tour, the final round of the European Tour “Dubai Race” season. Jumeirah Golf Estates will be held next November under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Sports Council.
The Ryder Cup star scored 335 points thanks to winning the Czech Masters title from 66th to 42nd in the "race to Dubai" with 881 points for the season.
Although he did not win his first European Tour title, Spaniard Adri Arnaus continued his impressive performance in his first year in the European Tour after finishing second for the third time in the 2019 season. The 2018 Challenge graduate advanced from 46th to 30th in the «Race to Dubai, close to securing its place in Jumeirah Golf Estates.
Meanwhile, Czech Masters winner Andrea Pavan and Sam Horsfield are third in the race to Dubai. Pavan rose from 36th to 27th while Horsfield jumped from 157th to 123rd.
The top 50 players of the season are awarded the DP World Tour Championship, and are the final leg of the tour, which runs annually at stations around the world, including Abu Dhabi HSBC and Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
• Thomas Peters moved from 66th to 42nd in the race to Dubai.