Golf-European Tour Race to Dubai money list

Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:16pm IST

Nov 26 (Reuters) - Leading money winners on the 2012 
European Tour Race to Dubai on Monday:
   1.  Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland)     5,519,118 euros
   2.  Justin Rose (England)               3,768,345
   3.  Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa)     3,187,364 
   4.  Peter Hanson (Sweden)               3,022,916
   5.  Ian Poulter (England)               2,581,257
   6.  Branden Grace (South Africa)        2,502,501
   7.  Luke Donald  (England)              2,373,540
   8.  Francesco Molinari (Italy)          2,215,229
   9.  Graeme McDowell (Northern Ireland)  1,945,056
  10.  Paul Lawrie (Scotland)              1,910,381
  11.  Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium)         1,745,744
  12.  Lee Westwood (England)              1,671,456
  13.  Matteo Manassero (Italy)            1,595,093
  14.  Marcel Siem (Germany)               1,368,845
  15.  Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)          1,309,271
  16.  Charl Schwartzel (Russia)           1,224,345
  17.  Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)        1,210,858
  18.  David Lynn (England)                1,208,633
  19.  Jamie Donaldson (Wales)             1,150,624
  20.  Gonzalo Fdez-Castano (Spain)        1,102,696

 (Editing by Caroline Helly)
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