Race to Dubai December 10 2011

Luke Donald bounces back after his slow start in Dubai, Rory McIlroy has fallen behind after three rounds. Rory has said the race is over and is full of praise for Luke's effort. "It's over -- definitely. And Luke deserves it," McIlroy conceded after his one-under-par 71 left him tied for eighth. For his part Luke is not going to rest on his laurels and will try to catch the leader Alvaro Quiros . "I would be foolish to think it's over," said the Englishman. "Tomorrow it will be just like any other day in terms of my focus. "It will be on trying to catch whoever is the leader and trying to win the tournament. I'm not going to count on anything. But if it all works out, tomorrow night will be fun -- it would be a pretty amazing feat. It's history." England's world No. 1 Luke Donald moved up to fourth in the third round of the Dubai World Championship on Saturday http://edition.cnn.com England's world No. 1 Luke Donald moved up to fourth in the third round of the Dubai World Championship on Saturday.