Golf-European Tour Race to Dubai money list

Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:18pm IST

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Nov 19 (Reuters) - Leading money winners on the 2012 
European Tour Race to Dubai on Monday:
   1.  Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)     3,696,597 euros
   2.  Peter Hanson (Sweden)               2,642,524
   3.  Justin Rose (England)               2,566,323
   4.  Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa)     2,546,870 
   5.  Ian Poulter (England)               2,270,851
   6.  Branden Grace (South Africa)        2,084,461
   7.  Francesco Molinari (Italy)          2,031,047
   8.  Luke Donald  (England)              1,838,492
   9.  Graeme McDowell (Northern Ireland)  1,822,425
  10.  Paul Lawrie (Scotland)              1,802,903
  11.  Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium)         1,698,254
  12.  Lee Westwood (England)              1,642,087
  13.  Matteo Manassero (Italy)            1,560,100
  14.  Marcel Siem (Germany)               1,333,852
  15.  Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)          1,240,535
  16.  David Lynn (England)                1,186,138
  17.  Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)        1,170,866
  18.  Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)          1,024,698
  19.  Jamie Donaldson (Wales)             1,015,652
  20.  George Coetzee (Russia)             1,014,717

 (Editing by Caroline Helly)
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