Tommy Fleetwood has to win the DP World Tour Championship at Jumeirah Golf Estates to keep his title Race to Dubai. Third round leaderboard-14 Willett (Eng), Reed (USA); -13 Smith (Eng); -12 Westwood (Eng), Burmester (Rsa), Wallace (Eng) Other selected: -11 Lewis (Eng), Otaegui (Spa); -9 McIlroy (NI); -6 Fleetwood
Tommy Fleetwood's chances to keep his Race to Dubai title are far from over after he won a third round of 74 at the DP World Tour Championship.
The Englishman, 27, had played himself halfway through the fight with a five-under-67.
But he fell eight shots behind leaders Danny Willett and Patrick Reed, who are 14 behind with one round to play.
"It's just golf, but it hurts when you have days," Fleetwood said.
"Today I have just summarized the second half of the season, I am going home and I will spend time with my son tonight.
" I feel that the adrenaline has disappeared is. I think you know a little when your time is up. I lasted two days after the [end of the] season and it was always a challenge to win it. "
Fleetwood must win at the Jumeirah Golf Estates course to overhaul Ryder Cup teammate and Open champion Francesco Molinari, who leads the race to Dubai
Willett van Sheffield pursues his first title since he won his major debut in August 2016 in Augusta
The 31-year-old, whose season suffered from injuries and said: "I'm not going to lie – it would be great to win, but whatever happens, just look more long-term in my career, really, is pretty good. "
& # 39; night leader Matt Wallace, who is chasing his fourth 2018 title, fell off the field after hitting of a third-round score of 71.
His compatriot Jordan Smith is third on 13 below, while Lee Westwood, who is looking back-to-back after winning in Sun City, wins two shots alongside lay down, alongside Wallace and South Africa & # 39; s Dean Burmester.
Ror y McIlroy is five adrift after a 71 with a double bogey on the 17th.