|Nedbank Golf Challenge, Gary Player Country Club, Sun City: Final Leaderboard|
|-12 T Fleetwood (Eng), M Kinhult (Swe) (Fleetwood wins on first extra hole)|
|-8 J Scrivener (Aus), B Wiesberger (Aut), T Detry (Bel); -7 L Westwood (Eng), L Oosthuizen (SA); -6 B MacIntyre (Sco), Z Lombard (SA)|
|Selected others: -4 M Fitzpatrick (Eng); -2 H Stenson (Swe); -1 P Harrington (Ire); +2 O Wilson (Eng); +3 I Poulter (Eng); +7 E Els (SA)|
Tommy Fleetwood beat Marcus Kinhult in a play-off to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City in South Africa.
He is now second behind Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger in the Race to Dubai standings, with only one event to go – the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.
The Ryder Cup player is chasing his second victory in that, having won it in 2017.
“It’s an absolute privilege to have a chance of winning the Race to Dubai,” added Fleetwood. “It’s one of the things I’m most proud of in my career.
“I will start thinking about next week down the line. But I’m happy for the challenge. I may play terribly but I feel very ready.”
The tournament winner in Dubai next Sunday will receive $3m (£2.32m), and the overall winner of the Race to Dubai will get an extra $2m from a bonus pool of $5m, which will be shared out between the top five in the final standings.
|European Tour Race to Dubai standings (ahead of season-ending DP World Tour Championship):|
|1. Bernd Wiesberger (Aut)||4802.4 points|
|2. Tommy Fleetwood (Eng)||4079.8|
|3. Jon Rahm (Spa)||3898.3|
|4. Shane Lowry (Ire)||3613.8|
|5. Matthew Fitzpatrick (Eng)||3320.9|
MacIntyre leads the way to be Rookie of the Year
Wiesberger ended in a tie for third alongside Jason Scrivener of Australia and Thomas Detry of Belgium, but four shots adrift of Fleetwood and Kinhult.
The 34-year-old, from Vienna, dropped three shots in his final four holes to slip out of contention.
England’s Lee Westwood finished joint sixth, while Scotland’s Bob MacIntyre hit an excellent 68 to follow his 65 on Saturday to end in a tie for eighth, his seventh top-10 finish in his debut season on the European Tour.
It also meant the 23-year-old leapfrogged Kurt Kitayama of the USA in the race for the Tour’s prestigious Rookie of the Year title.
“Winning the Rookie of the Year would mean everything,” he said. “That would be unbelievable.”
Overnight leader Zander Lombard of South Africa finished alongside MacIntyre after finishing with a five-over 77.