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Abu Dhabi, UAESaturday 15 December 2018

DP World Tour Championship: Pairings and tee times - second round

Reigning Race to Dubai champion Tommy Fleetwood will be on the course an hour before race leader Francesco Molinari begins his Round 2 campaign on Friday

Jordan Smith shares the lead with Adrian Otaegui after Round 1 at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. EPA
Jordan Smith shares the lead with Adrian Otaegui after Round 1 at the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. EPA

Reigning Race to Dubai champion Tommy Fleetwood will have the advantage of starting his Round 2 campaign an hour before race leader Francesco Molinari swings into action at the DP World Tour Championship on Friday.

The Englishman is bidding to defend his title which is, for the moment, firmly within his best friend Molinari's sights. How each player does on Friday will likely determine who lifts the gong on Sunday.

Meanwhile, DP title holder Jon Rahm will be seen in action alongside Danny Willett, with the pair in joint third place and one stroke behind joint leaders Jordan Smith, Adrian Otaegui.

The full list of tee times are below. All time are local (+4 GMT)

7.45am Joakim Lagergren, Lucas Bjerregaard

7.55am Ryan Fox, Eddie Pepperell

8.05am Brandon Stone, Matthew Fitzpatrick

8.15am Lucas Herbert, Jorge Campillo

8.25am Darren Fichardt, Russell Knox

8.35am Chris Wood, Shubhankar Sharma

8.45am Aaron Rai, Sam Horsfield

8.55am Alexander Levy, Alexander Bjork

9.05am Ian Poulter, Andy Sullivan

9.15am Martin Kaymer, Ashun Wu

9.30am Lee Slattery, Paul Dunne

9.40am Thorbjorn Olesen, Xander Schauffele

9.50am Sergio Garcia, Tyrrell Hatton

10am Erik van Rooyen, Branden Grace

10.10am Chris Paisley, Henrik Stenson

10.20am Matthew Southgate, Dean Burmester

10.30am Robert Rock, Kiradech Aphibarnrat

10.40am Thomas Detry, Lee Westwood

10.50am Shane Lowry, Dylan Frittelli

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11am Mike Lorenzo-Vera, Tommy Fleetwood

11.15am Rory McIlroy, Patrick Reed

11.25am Rafa Cabrera Bello, Alex Noren

11.35am Mikko Korhonen, Andrea Pavan

11.45am Marcus Kinhult, Wade Ormsby

11.55am Joost Luiten, Tom Lewis

12.05pm Hideto Tanihara, Francesco Molinari

12.15pm Matt Wallace, Haotong Li

12.25pm Ross Fisher, Thomas Pieters

12.35pm Danny Willett, Jon Rahm

12.45pm Jordan Smith, Adrian Otaegui