Golf-European Tour Dubai Desert Classic scores

Sun Feb 3, 2013 6:35pm IST

Feb 3 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Dubai Desert Classic at the par-72 course on Sunday in Dubai 
266 Stephen Gallacher (Britain)      63 70 62 71 
269 Richard Sterne (South Africa)    62 70 66 71 
271 Felipe Aguilar (Chile)           68 68 66 69 
    Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)       67 66 67 71 
272 Marcus Fraser (Australia)        67 69 69 67 
    Lee Westwood (Britain)           67 71 66 68 
273 Ricardo Santos (Portugal)        66 71 69 67 
    Robert Rock (Britain)            70 68 67 68 
    Steve Webster (Britain)          69 69 65 70 
274 Jeev Milkha Singh (India)        68 67 67 72 
    Tommy Fleetwood (Britain)        65 68 69 72 
275 Matteo Manassero (Italy)         66 71 70 68 
    Andy Sullivan (Britain)          69 67 69 70 
    Gareth Maybin (Britain)          69 67 69 70 
276 Lorenzo Gagli (Italy)            68 71 69 68 
    Garth Mulroy (South Africa)      71 70 66 69 
277 Marc Warren (Britain)            67 72 71 67 
    Jose Maria Olazabal (Spain)      70 67 71 69 
    Ignacio Garrido (Spain)          69 68 70 70 
    Peter Lawrie (Ireland)           66 70 71 70 
    Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)     69 69 69 70 
    Sergio Garcia (Spain)            68 67 71 71 
    Fredrik Andersson Hed (Sweden)   67 71 68 71 
    Andreas Harto (Denmark)          67 67 71 72 
    Maximilian Kieffer (Germany)     66 68 69 74 
278 Henrik Stenson (Sweden)          69 69 71 69 
    Scott Jamieson (Britain)         65 72 70 71 
    Noh Seung-Yul (South Korea)      66 72 67 73 
    Justin Walters (South Africa)    68 70 67 73 
279 Chris Wood (Britain)             68 68 74 69 
    David Howell (Britain)           70 68 72 69 
    Ricardo Gonzalez (Argentina)     71 70 69 69 
    Robert-Jan Derksen (Netherlands) 68 72 69 70 
    Anthony Wall (Britain)           68 72 68 71 
    Raphael Jacquelin (France)       70 68 68 73 
    Alexander Noren (Sweden)         68 71 67 73 
280 Robert Coles (Britain)           73 68 70 69 
    Craig Lee (Britain)              69 70 71 70 
    Paul Casey (Britain)             66 70 73 71 
    Gregory Havret (France)          70 67 72 71 
    Gary Lockerbie (Britain)         68 70 71 71 
    Lee Slattery (Britain)           69 70 70 71 
    Jamie Donaldson (Britain)        67 73 68 72 
    Marcel Siem (Germany)            68 72 68 72 
281 S.S.P. Chowrasia (India)         69 70 74 68 
    Simon Khan (Britain)             68 73 70 70 
    Gregory Bourdy (France)          67 71 71 72 
    David Drysdale (Britain)         69 70 69 73 
282 Pablo Larrazabal (Spain)         71 70 71 70 
    Maarten Lafeber (Netherlands)    69 71 71 71 
    Jorge Campillo (Spain)           69 71 69 73 
283 Simon Dyson (Britain)            70 71 73 69 
    Alessandro Tadini (Italy)        70 71 71 71 
    Matthew Nixon (Britain)          69 69 73 72 
    Mikko Ilonen (Finland)           71 70 69 73 
    Romain Wattel (France)           68 67 71 77 
    Chris Doak (Britain)             65 69 71 78 
    Jbe Kruger (South Africa)        70 66 69 78 
284 Tom Lewis (Britain)              69 72 74 69 
    Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)       71 68 73 72 
    Mark O'Meara (U.S.)              67 74 71 72 
    David Horsey (Britain)           75 66 70 73 
    Todd Hamilton (U.S.)             70 68 70 76 
285 Jean-Baptiste Gonnet (France)    72 68 73 72 
    Damien McGrane (Ireland)         68 72 73 72 
    Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand)      68 68 73 76 
287 Oliver Fisher (Britain)          69 72 73 73 
288 Thomas Levet (France)            68 70 77 73 
    Keith Horne (South Africa)       68 71 74 75 
    Eddie Pepperell (Britain)        68 70 72 78 
290 Jaco Van Zyl (South Africa)      69 71 73 77
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