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The final stop of the 2013 season.
The final stop of the 2013 season.1/21
The view from the 1st tee box.
The view from the 1st tee box.2/21
This is what the approach shot at 16 looks like...
This is what the approach shot at 16 looks like from the fairway.3/21
The 18th hole at the Earth Course from the...
The 18th hole at the Earth Course from the grandstand.4/21
The trophy on offer for the winner of the Race to...
The trophy on offer for the winner of the Race to Dubai. Henrik Stenson, currently sits in Pole Position, as he looks to win the money list on both the PGA Tour, and the European Tour.5/21
The winner of the DP World Tour Championship will...
The winner of the DP World Tour Championship will be crowned with this prize on Sunday.6/21
Bernd Wiesberger chats to Leadership Director,...
Bernd Wiesberger chats to Leadership Director, Jonathan Loosemore.7/21
David Howell at home with a microphone in his...
David Howell at home with a microphone in his hand.8/21
Can you guess who is under that Flat Brim?
Can you guess who is under that Flat Brim?9/21
That's right....... Brand ambassador Peter...
That's right....... Brand ambassador Peter Uihlein. This time last year he was competing at Q School. How things can change so quickly.10/21
A look at Peter Uihlein's gamer.
A look at Peter Uihlein's gamer.11/21
Last week's winning putter! Here is Victor...
Last week's winning putter! Here is Victor Dubuisson's putter, which he used to claim his maiden Tour title in Turkey.12/21
A quick look inside Victor's bag. As you can...
A quick look inside Victor's bag. As you can see, he is using the new 714 AP2 irons.13/21
Brett Rumford, hard at work as always.
Brett Rumford, hard at work as always.14/21
Brand ambassadors, Peter Uihlein and Brett Rumford...
Brand ambassadors, Peter Uihlein and Brett Rumford were on hand to visit the brand new Titleist Fitting centre at Jumeirah Golf Estates, which was officially opened this week.15/21
The new European Tour Performance Institute is...
The new European Tour Performance Institute is where the Titleist Fitting Centre is located.16/21
A look at the ETPI from the outside.
A look at the ETPI from the outside.17/21
Peter Uihlein was a man in demand.
Peter Uihlein was a man in demand.18/21
Club Technician, Mattias Jelver, looks on as Chris...
Club Technician, Mattias Jelver, looks on as Chris Wood tests some golf balls with the aid of Trackman.19/21
A close up of Greg Bourdy's 714 MB iron.
A close up of Greg Bourdy's 714 MB iron.20/21
The indoor Snow Dome in Dubai. Skiing in the...
The indoor Snow Dome in Dubai. Skiing in the desert...why not?21/21
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This week Team Titleist previews the DP World Tour Championship from Dubai where the top 60 players in The Race to Dubai will battle it out for a prize fund of $8,000,000.  The field is made up of 27 winners from the 2013 European Tour season.  The 60 man field contains 52 different European Tour winners.

All eyes this week are focused on Henrik Stenson (Pro V1x) as he looks to close out The European Tour season as The Race to Dubai Number One. Stenson has already finished Number One in the FedEx Cup on the US PGA Tour in a year that has seen him climb to Number Three in the World Rankings. This will be the first time this feat has been achieved if Stenson goes on to win this week.

At the half way stage, Henrik Stenson leads the way on -12, with a 64 in his second round. Henrik will aim to make history by becoming the first player to win the Challenge Tour Rankings (he did this in 2000) and be crowned European Tour Number One.

On another note, Peter Uihlein (currently sitting in T41 after two consecutive 72s) has become the first American to compete in the season-ending championship. Good luck to Peter, Henrik and all our Titleist ambassadors for the final two rounds. Its been another great year and heres to a thrilling finale!


 

 


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