Mic’D Up | Thomas Pieters’ Golf Lesson With Pete Cowan | 2020 DP World Tour Championship

Ever wondered what a European Tour golfer’s range session is really like? Listen in to ‘Mic’d Up – featuring Thomas Pieters and his coach Pete Cowen. We ‘Mic Up’ the pair on the range at Jumeirah Golf Estates ahead of the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai.

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The 2020 Race to Dubai reaches its conclusion at the season-ending DP World Tour Championship, Dubai this week, with players battling it out to end the year as European Number One. The European Tour’s season finale features a 65-man field, who will battle it out for the 12,000 Race to Dubai points and a prize fund of US$8million. As it stands, four players are guaranteed to claim the Race to Dubai crown with victory on the Earth Course at Jumeriah Golf Estates: Patrick Reed, Tommy Fleetwood, Collin Morikawa and Lee Westwood. For four others – Christiaan Bezuidenhout, Victor Perez, Aaron Rai and Tyrrell Hatton – victory is guaranteed provided Reed doesn’t finish second alone. But with 2,000 points of the 12,000 points going to the winner, there is still a mathematical chance that any of the leading 60 available players on the Race to Dubai standings, and Joost Luiten in 72nd position, could be crowned Race to Dubai Champion!

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