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Full coverage of Euro Tour finale



Even though Rory McIlroy will not be caught in the Race to Dubai, the European Tour season finale DP World Tour Championship will still be a hotly contested affair with a $1.33-million winner’s cheque, a five-year European Tour Card exemption and a final opportunity to finish the season in the top 10 to receive further payment from the bonus pool, all still up for grabs.

Contested by the tour’s top 60 golfers, who include eight South Africans, the $8-million tournament is expected to attract an estimated global television audience of 850 million households, with SuperSport being the designated broadcaster across Sub-Saharan Africa.

Starting from Thursday’s first round, SuperSport will broadcast over 20 hours of the tournament in standard and high definition.

Loius Oosthuizen, Branden Grace, George Coetzee, Charl Schwartzel, Retief Goosen, Jbe Kruger, Richard Sterne and Thomas Aiken make up the strong South African contingent looking to take advantage of the hefty payday.

BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Thursday, November 22
Round 1 – SS1HD, SS1 (10am)

Friday, November 23
Round 2 – SS1HD, SS1 (10am)

Saturday, November 24
Round 3 – SS1HD, SS1 (10am)

Sunday, November 25
Round 4 – SS1HD, SS1 (10am)



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