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by Aidan Elder |  Published: Dec 01, 2009


Dubai World Championship For three days every two years, the Ryder Cup is the most obvious competition between the U.S. PGA Tour and the European Tour. The history, snide remarks, and God Bless America vocal patriotism make it the undisputed focus of the rivalry, but outside of these three days there is an ongoing battle between the powers. The struggle to be regarded as the major force has had a decidedly one-sided feel to it. With Tiger Woods rarely leaving the shores; the money, coverage, and luster have gravitated towards the U.S, leading to a somewhat unfair presumption that they produce the better overall product. Once the myth is out there, it has gathered pace and the European Tour has looked like a destitute neighbour as opposed to the credible rival it should be. The Dubai World Championship is the culmination of the Race to Dubai on the European Tour ...

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