Rahm tied for lead, McIlroy 2 back at DP World Tour Championship
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Jon Rahm moved into a solid situation to win the Race to Dubai title in the wake of shooting 6-under 66 in the third round of the period finishing World Tour Championship to tie the lead with Mike Lorenzo-Vera on Saturday.
Lorenzo-Vera came up short the 18th opening for the second in a row day to shoot 69 and drop into a portion of the lead with Rahm, who needs to complete first or second to have a possibility of turning out to be European No. 1 just because.
They are 15 under standard by and large, two strokes ahead of Rory McIlroy (65) and four clear of fourth-place Tommy Fleetwood (70) – another Race to Dubai contender.
Full-field scores from the DP World Tour Championship
Bernd Wiesberger, who drives the Race to Dubai standings, is tied for 24th place – 13 strokes behind Rahm and Lorenzo-Vera – in the wake of shooting 73.
Rahm can take the title in the event that he wins and Wiesberger completes lower than solo second, or on the off chance that he completes solo second and Wiesberger completes more regrettable than tied for fifth spot with one other player.