by Jeff Skinner
Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy continue to do battle for the Euro Tour Money Title at The Dubai World Championship. Donald jumped up 14 spots to get into a tie for twelfth and Rory treaded water and remains tied for third.
McIlroy isn’t just battling Donald and the rest of the field he is also fighting the effects of dengue fever. McIlroy has felt fatigued for awhile and now doctors tell him it may be the effects of dengue fever.
A couple of good old boys and a pair of tour rookies share the lead at the Franklin Templeton Shootout. Mark Calcavecchia and Nick Price are tied at nine under par with Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele. Price carded an ace on the twelfth hole to help the Champions duo to keep up with the youngsters.
John Feinstein takes a few minutes to talk with Yahoo sports editor Michael Arkush over at the Post Game. Feinstein dishes on his new book, Bob Knight, Joe Pa and more.