World No. 1 Rory McIlroy has set his sights on ending his best-ever season on a high by finishing the year as European No. 1.
Despite four weeks of competition in the United States ahead of the Ryder Cup, McIlroy continues to lead the Race to Dubai despite now being under serious threat from South Africa's Branden Grace.
McIlroy returns to Europe at this week's Turkish Airlines World Golf Final, which also features Tiger Woods. However he will not return to regular European Tour competition until the Asian Masters in Shanghai later this month.
Grace captured his fourth European Tour win this year when he led from start-to-finish to win the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Sunday at St. Andrews.
The win propelled Grace into third place on the European money list behind second placed Justin Rose of England and McIlroy, with some six weeks remaining in the season.
The trio will compete at Shanghai before contesting the HSBC Champions title at Mission Hills in Shenzhen.