DP: the longest, most precise and fewest putts

The 2023 edition of the Race to Dubai concluded this Sunday in Jumeirah

by Andrea Gussoni
DP: the longest, most precise and fewest putts
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The 2023 edition of the Race to Dubai concluded this Sunday in Jumeirah with the new coronation without suspense of Rory McIlroy. At the end of the season, the rankings of the best players in each game category.

Dp, results

Top 5 best average score per round
1st Rory McIlroy 68.88 2nd Nicolai Højgaard 69.42 3rd Tom Kim 69.53 4th Alexander Bjork 69.59 5th Watt Wallace 69.63 14th Matthieu Pavon 70.08 Top 5 for most fairways hit
1st Adrian Otaegui 72.13% 2nd Nathan Kimsey 70.05% 3rd Alexander Björk 69.77% 4th Thomas Aiken 66.93% 5th Daniel Brown 66.43% 35th Frédéric Lacroix 62.01% Top 5 longest average drive (measured over two holes per round)
1st Wilco Nienaber 305.4 meters 2nd Niklas Nørgaard 297.1 meters 3rd Alejandro Del Rey 295.3 meters 4th Nick Bachem 294.4 meters 5th Min Woo Lee 290.8 meters 17th Romain Langasque 284.4 meters
Top 5 for most greens in regulation
1st Jordan Smith 74.67% 2nd Ross Fisher 74.56% 3rd Matt Wallace 74.21% 4th Fabrizio Zanotti 73.49% 5th Adrian Meronk 73.19% 10th Antoine Rozner 72.11% Top 5 best scrambling (percentage of pars saved after missing the green)
1st Alexander Björk 66.28% 2nd Adrian Otaegui 66.14% 3rd Darren Fichardt 65.97% 4th Min Woo Lee 64.49% 5th Matthieu Pavon 63.98% Top 5 for fewest putts per round
1st Gavin Green 28.08 2nd Sam Hutsby 28.09 3rd Pablo Larrazabal 28.14 4th Hurly Long 28.25 5th Rikuya Hoshino 28.29 13th Mike Lorenzo-Vera 28.57 Top 5 in fewer than three putts per round
1st Alexander Bjork 0.25 2nd Gavin Green 0.29 3rd Joakim Lagergren 0.31 4th Masahiro Kawamura 0.32 5th Victor Perez / Julien Brun 0.33 The Rules of Golf are a set of standard rules and procedures by which the sport of golf should be played.

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