One Week To Go: 15 Things To Do At This Year’s DP World Tour Championship, Dubai

One Week To Go: 15 Things To Do At This Year’s DP World Tour Championship, Dubai

This year’s edition of the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai will mark the 15th anniversary of the tournament, held at Jumeirah Golf Estates from the 16th-19th November.

The event will see the top 50 players on the DP World Tour Race to Dubai Rankings battle it out to be crowned DP World Tour Championship winner, at the fifth and final Rolex Series event of the season.

With one week to go, here are the top 15 things to see and do at the tournament.

  1. Catch the world’s best golfers in action

This year’s DP World Tour Championship is set to feature a number of players from Europe’svictorious 2023 Ryder Cup team, with Matt Fitzpatrick, Tommy Fleetwood, Tyrrell Hatton, Nicolai Højgaard, Viktor Hovland, Robert MacIntyre, Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahmall set to compete.

  1. Sample delicious food from across the globe

The DP World Tour Championship Village will feature a wide range of tasty cuisine, including Mexican favourites Mamacita and La Patrona, Italian outlet One Wheel Ticket, Brassa BBQ house, Sauce burger bar, Shawarma Station, Croq Michel, Top Golf, Acai Spot and Costa Coffee.

  1. Tee up with a free golf lesson

The Tommy Fleetwood Academy will be running free golf lessons for everyone in the Golf For All Zone throughout the tournament. Pro golfers from the academy will be on hand to share tips and encourage people to pick up a club and learn the fundamentals of the game.

  1. Relax in a zero-carbon bar

The Earth Lounge, which overlooks the 16th green, is fully powered by solar panels and hydrogen generators to deliver an environmentally-friendly and chic experience for fans to relax and enjoy the action. For more information, visit DP World Tour Championship 2023.

  1. Do your bit for the environment

The DP World Tour Championship is continuing its ban on plastic water bottles for the third year running. Spectators are reminded to bring a reusable water bottle with them so they can use the free water walls installed around the course. These water walls have dispensed more than 60,000 litres of water to date, resulting in a saving of over 120,000 500ml bottles.

  1. Recycle your old golf balls

The DP World ‘second-life’ golf ball container is a unique concept designed to give golf balls a second life for use in grassroots projects around the world. Attendees of the DP World Tour Championship are encouraged to join the mission and bring along their unwanted golf balls to donate to the cause. Avid golf ball collectors can also share their story,the size of their collection and what golf means to them for a chance to be crowned Dubai’s biggest golf ball enthusiast, and winner of a two-night Dubai hotel stay and tickets to next year’s Hero Dubai Desert Classic. To enter,

  1. Enjoy free cake and bubbles

To mark the 15th anniversary of the DP World Tour Championship, the Wicked Bar on the 15th hole will be providing free cake and bubbles every day of the tournament at 15:00 hours to the first 15 customers. 

  1. Visit the Greatest Bar on Earth

Overlooking the 17th green, the tournament’s Greatest Bar on Earth creates the perfect ambience for spectators to enjoy a selection of refreshing beverages, while watching the action up close.

  1. Watch a magic show and sing along to live music

The DP World Tour Championship will feature a host of entertainment options for both adults and children, including a daily magic show from 17th-19th November at the Kids Stage and live music at the Show Stage throughout the tournament.Confirmed artisits include Irish singer Conleth McGeary, Dubai-based pop singer Lexie, Oasis tribute band Faux Asis, and X-Factor contestant and Lewis Capaldi support artist Garry Greig.

  1. Experience 5-star hospitality options

If luxury is your thing, the exclusive Championship Chalet offers an unrivalled setting to watch the action unfold on the 18th hole of the Earth Course, including five-star catering in the comfort of the Pavilion or on the shaded viewing terrace. Alternatively, the event’s purpose-built Clubhouse Hospitality offers guests a combination of fully inclusive hospitality and unrivalled views of the 18th hole from the exclusive viewing terrace. For more information, visit DP World Tour Championship 2023.

  1. See the world’s best G4D golfers in action

The G4D Tour Series Finale will once again be hosted at the DP World Tour Championship from 17-18th November, featuring the leading ranked players from the World Ranking for Golfers with a disability.The first day of the event coincides with the DP World Tour Championship’s Community Day.

  1. Love the Ladies Dayantics

Saturday 18th November marks the famous DP World Tour Championship Ladies Day, featuring exclusive drinks deals, competitions, live music and entertainment, food trucks, free ladies golf lessons and beauty services provided by Glitterbox and 971 Salon.

  1. Enjoy a fun-filled Family Day

This year’s Family Day takes place on Sunday 19th November, featuring a host of kids’ activities such as face painting, balloon bending, arts and crafts, and plant potting, as well as kids’ entertainment including a bubble show, circus show, drumming lessons and a magic show.

  1. Be amazed by the Trickshot Boys

The DP World Tour Championship’s resident Trickshot Boys will be back for another year, performing their incredible daily trick shot shows at the Golf for All Zone throughout the duration of the tournament.

  1. Ride a camel

Ever ridden a camel? If not, then now is your chance. This year’s DP World Tour Championship will be providing free camel rides for spectators for the first time, taking place next to the driving range throughout the tournament.