Poulter leads Race to Dubai
Ian Poulter is back at the top of the European Tour Race to Dubai money list after his 10th place finish at The Masters.
Some compensation for Ian Poulter, whose golf fell away in the final two rounds at the Masters – he is back at the top of the European Tour’s Race to Dubai money list after his 10th place finish at Augusta
He takes over from South African Charl Schwartzel, who came 30th on his Masters debut.
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Latest leading positions on the Race to Dubai money list after The Masters:
1 Ian Poulter (Eng) £1,217,007
2 Charl Schwartzel (Rsa) £1,132,802
3 Ernie Els (Rsa) £1,037,265
4 Lee Westwood (Eng) £900,934
5 Paul Casey (Eng) £786,186
6 Martin Kaymer (Ger) £648,071
7 Camilo Villegas (Col) £517,440
8 Anthony Kim (US) £435,295
9 Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spa) £432,312
10 Alvaro Quiros (Spa) £426,501
11 Sergio Garcia (Spa) £407,201
12 Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa) £404,410
13 Robert Karlsson (Swe) £379,294
14 Thongchai Jaidee (Thai) £367,988
15 Rhys Davies (Wal) £335,146
16 Padraig Harrington (Ire) £310,949
17 Oliver Wilson (Eng) £283,563
18 Soren Hansen (Den) £275,179
19 Anders Hansen (Den) £271,547
20 Retief Goosen (Rsa) £255,250
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