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Leader after day one Luke Donald.
Leader after day one Luke Donald.

DP World Tour Championship: Day two order of play

Luke Donald and Marc Warren will be out together last for day two in Dubai.

Richard Finch will once again be out first, with big names Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood, Rory McIlroy and Luke Donald at heading on to the course after noon.

08.05 Richard Sterne, Richard Finch

08:15 Lee Slattery, Alejandro CaŮizares

08:25 Marcel Siem, Matteo Manassero

08:35 David Lynn, Sergio Garcia

08:45 Ian Poulter, Francesco Molinari

08:55 Graeme Mcdowell, Bernd Wiesberger

09:05 Robert Rock, Soren Kjeldsen

09:15 Paul Lawrie, Jbe Kruger

09:25 Danny Willett, George Coetzee

09:35 Miguel Angel Jimenez, Jeev Milkha Singh

09:50 Victor Dubuisson, Chris Wood

10:00 David Drysdale, Rafa Cabrera-Bello

10:10 Alexander Noren, Pablo LarrazŠbal

10:20 Thomas Aiken, Michael Hoey

10:30 Peter Hanson, Romain Wattel

10:40 Branden Grace, Marcus Fraser

10:50 RaphaŽl Jacquelin, Anders Hansen

11:00 Simon Dyson, Joost Luiten

11:10 Justin Rose, Nicolas Colsaerts

11:25 Jamie Donaldson, Thorbjorn Olesen

11:35 Thongchai Jaidee, Charl Schwartzel

11:45 Stephen Gallacher, Henrik Stenson

11:55 Peter Lawrie, Scott Jamieson

12:05 Lee Westwood, Louis Oosthuizen

12:15 Martin Kaymer, Richie Ramsay

12:25 Padraig Harrington, Fredrik Andersson Hed

12:35 Gonzalo Fdez-Castano, Rory Mcilroy

12:45 Luke Donald, Marc Warren

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