Last weekend, Abu Dhabi golf course experienced the most competitive moments in the top game Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship. With 22-under-par total, the English golfer Tommy Fleetwood gained the glory and successfully defended his championship from last year.
Starting the final round unfavorably, Fleetwood standed behind 2 tough rivals Ross Fisher and Rory McIlroy. Fisher performed well in 3 previous round with 67-67-65 strokes, while Rory regained his form after his long lost. In the situation, Tommy’s calmness and skills helped him hit stably each shot. And as the result, he got 8 birdies and only 1 bogey in the back nine with 65 strokes. Ross Fisher and Rory McIlroy ended 1st and 2nd Runner-Up with 69 and 70 strokes respectively.
With this victory, Tommy Fleetwood topped the Race to Dubai ranking with 570,000 points, leaving his runner-up Wade Ormsby far behind with over 220,000 points and as well shifted him to top 10 of the Official World Golf Ranking. He shared: “It was pretty good on that back nine really”, “Then 18, I mean, forget the second shot, the up-and-down was one of the best up-and-downs I ever made. So happy days.”
Once again, congratulate the double championship at Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf of Tommy Fleetwood. We wish you the best strength and spirit to compete well in each round coming!