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2023 DP World Tour Championship scores: Nicolai Højgaard outlasts Tommy Fleetwood, Viktor Hovland in Dubai

The 22-year-old dane captured the biggest victory of his young career on sunday.

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A back-nine birdie bonanza propelled Nicolai Højgaard past a number of heavy hitters and into the winner's circle at the 2023 DP World Tour Championship. The Dane's final-round 8-under 64 featured five straight birdies from Nos. 13-17, and was enough for him to reach 21 under, two clear of Ryder Cup teammates Tommy Fleetwood and Viktor Hovland as well as overnight leader Matt Wallace.

"It means a lot, it's the sweetest one," said Højgaard. "So much hard work has been put in over the past couple of years -- it feels amazing. This is for family and everything they put in over the years. So much hard work going into this, for it to happen like this is unbelievable.

"We know there are a lot of birdies, but we have to hit the shots and hole the putts, anything can happen, we were just focused on the job today, to walk up 18 knowing there's a good chance feels good. I played some really good golf. I have to say this is the best golf I've played in a tournament and the strongest field in my three wins. My game feels good, I felt good before going out, and to finish it like this feels good. This is the sweetest way to finish the year. I cant believe we finished on such a high note. I'm definitely going to enjoy this."

Højgaard's victory marks his third on the DP World Tour and his first in a Rolex Series event. He finishes the season-long Race to Dubai in second place behind Rory McIlroy, who had wrapped up his fifth European crown at the onset of the week thanks to his season-long performance. The 22-year-old is also projected to climb inside the top 50 of the Official World Golf Rankings for the first time in his career. Should his position in the world rankings persist until the end of the calendar year, Højgaard will earn his first invitation into the Masters as well.

Nicolai Højgaard is the first man to -20! Four birdies in a row for the Dane sees him take the lead. #DPWTC | #RolexSeries pic.twitter.com/zwtkgFrjc6 — DP World Tour (@DPWorldTour) November 19, 2023

In the early stages of the final round, it was not Højgaard but rather Fleetwood who emerged as the man to beat. Converting a 40-foot eagle bid on the par-5 2nd, the Englishman surged ahead by two. Despite some jostling on the leaderboard, Fleetwood's lead remained two after back-to-back birdies on Nos. 10-11. 

Only then did Højgaard begin to pester. After dropping a shot on the 12th, Højgaard rattled off five straight birdies to pull one clear of Fleetwood ahead of the par-5 finisher. Missing a 4-foot birdie opportunity on the last, Højgaard sunk his face into his cap knowing he left the door ajar.

Fortunately for him, and unfortunately for Fleetwood, his closest pursuer was unable to walk through. A three-putt bogey on the 17th for the second consecutive day meant Fleetwood was in need of an eagle on the last to force a playoff. After missing the fairway and being forced to lay up, Fleetwood's chance was gone and gave way for the Højgaard family to begin their celebrations.

Always by his side 💙 The agonising wait for Nicolai Højgaard whilst waiting to find out if he'd secured his first Rolex Series win. #DPWTC | #RolexSeries pic.twitter.com/3h179h9c9g — DP World Tour (@DPWorldTour) November 19, 2023

While Nicolai finished atop the leaderboard, twin brother Rasmus finished one spot outside the top 10 players who earned PGA Tour membership based on their Race to Dubai standing. Adrian Meronk, Ryan Fox, Thorbjørn Olesen, Alexander Bjork, Sami Valimaki, Robert MacIntyre, Matthieu Pavon, Jorge Campillo and Ryo Hisatsune make up those who will make the leap from Europe to the PGA Tour in 2024.

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Life-changing upgrade to PGA Tour status up for grabs at European tour’s season-ending Dubai event

Rory McIlroy, right, of Northern Ireland, looks on while standing on the grid before the sprint ahead of the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at Circuit of the Americas,at Circuit of the Americas, Saturday, Oct. 21, 2023, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

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FILE - Sami Valimaki of Finland hits the ball during the Golf BMW International Open in Munich, Germany, on June 24, 2023. A life-changing few days await a number of globally unrecognized players in Dubai this week as they head into the World Tour Championship with far more than winning the season-ending European tour event on their minds. (AP Photo/Matthias Schrader, File)

FILE - Japan’s Ryo Hisatsune loses grip of his club after he tees off on the 11th hole during the Australian Open golf championship at Victoria golf course in Melbourne, Australia, on Dec. 2, 2022. A life-changing few days await a number of globally unrecognized players in Dubai this week as they head into the World Tour Championship with far more than winning the season-ending European tour event on their minds. (AP Photo/Asanka Brendon Ratnayake, File)

FILE - Denmark’s Rasmus Hojgaard tees off 12th hole during the Australian Open golf championship at Victoria golf course in Melbourne, Australia, on Dec. 1, 2022. A life-changing few days await a number of globally unrecognized players in Dubai this week as they head into the World Tour Championship with far more than winning the season-ending European tour event on their minds. (AP Photo/Asanka Brendon Ratnayake, File)

FILE - Poland’s Adrian Meronk plays a shot from the 4th tee on the first day of the British Open Golf Championships at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake, England, on July 20, 2023. A life-changing few days await a number of globally unrecognized players in Dubai this week as they head into the World Tour Championship with far more than winning the season-ending European tour event on their minds. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, File)

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Finnish golfer Sami Valimaki started the 2023 season with a world ranking near No. 400 and just one top-10 finish in his previous two years on the European tour.

Ryo Hisatsune was a 20-year-old from Japan who was outside the world’s top 200 and had just squeezed through qualifying school to earn European tour status for the first time.

By Sunday, they could be members of the lucrative PGA Tour.

A life-changing few days await a number of globally unrecognized players in Dubai this week as they head into the World Tour Championship with far more than simply winning the tournament on their minds.

The focus of the tour’s season-ending event is typically on the battle to win the Race to Dubai and be crowned European golf’s No. 1 player.

With Rory McIlroy having already sewn up that title before play begins, plenty of intrigue centers on a new facet to the tournament that has been created in the wake of the so-called strategic alliance formed between the European tour and PGA Tour, in the face of mounting pressure from the breakaway LIV Golf series.

PGA Tour membership is now awarded to the top 10 players in the season-ending Race to Dubai rankings who are not already exempt, which discounts the likes of McIlroy, defending champion Jon Rahm and No. 4-ranked Viktor Hovland.

Ludvig Aberg, of Sweden, waves after his final round at the Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club Sunday, April 14, 2024, in Augusta, Ga. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

As it stands, the players in position to gain PGA Tour status for the 2024 season — while maintaining their European tour status — are Adrian Meronk, Ryan Fox, Victor Perez, Thorbjorn Olesen, Alexander Bjork, Valimaki, Robert MacIntyre, Jorge Campillo, Hisatsune and Rasmus Hojgaard.

For Valimaki and Hisatsune — the winners of the Qatar Masters and French Open this year, respectively — it would be a massive moment in their careers and one they likely wouldn’t have predicted 12 months ago. For Hojgaard, meanwhile, he’d be joining his twin brother, Nicolai, in getting a card for the other side of the Atlantic.

Any non-exempt player in the curtailed 50-man field would get a PGA Tour card by winning at the Earth Course, so even Dan Brown — the last man to qualify at No. 50 in the Race to Dubai — is not without a chance.

That particular race for a PGA Tour status doesn’t affect McIlroy, who — aside from looking for a third victory at Jumeirah Golf Estates and a winner’s check of $3 million — is also concerned with trying out a new driver in his bag for this week.

“I still want to go out and try to win the golf tournament, but it could be a good time to test it out in competition,” said McIlroy, who is playing competitively for the first time since the Ryder Cup six weeks ago.

“In terms of working on stuff, I think it’s an endless pursuit. You are always trying to get better and try to refine things.”

McIlroy has now been crowned as Europe’s top player five times (2012, 2014, 2015, 2022 and 2023). That’s just three behind Colin Montgomerie’s record of eight, when it was called the Order of Merit.

McIlroy would love to be a major champion five times, too, but he remains stuck on four with his winless run in golf’s biggest events now stretching to a decade. A near miss at the U.S. Open in June was particularly painful for the Northern Irishman, whose undoubted highlight was helping Europe win back the Ryder Cup last month with a career-high four points out of a possible five.

For that reason, he is giving his year a “seven out of 10.”

“Played good golf. I had the two wins. I had my best-ever Ryder Cup, which feels like a win to me, especially coming off the back of Whistling Straits. If I looked back on one thing, I’ll rue that miss at L.A,” McIlroy said Tuesday of the U.S. Open. “I had a great opportunity there to pick up another major and I didn’t. But I’m still not going to let that take away from the fact that it’s been another really consistent, solid year with some really good performances.

“I’m feeling like my game is in as good a shape as it has ever been throughout my ... career. I’m happy with that and try to finish this year off on a high and play well this week and reset and get ready for 2024.”

Rahm, who is second in the Race to Dubai, is seeking to back up wins here in 2019 and last year — titles coming either side of victories for Collin Morikawa (2021) and Matt Fitzpatrick (2020).

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