Leader Rory's living the dream

RORY MCILROY insists he is &ldquo;living the dream&rdquo; &ndash; even if he doesn&rsquo;t clinch the Race to Dubai title this weekend.<br /><br />The 20-year-old could be crowned Europe&rsquo;s youngest No1 since Seve Ballesteros in 1976 if he holds off Lee Westwood, Martin Kaymer and Ross Fisher in the inaugural Dubai World Championship, starting today.<br /><br />&ldquo;I&rsquo;m just living out my dream and I couldn&rsquo;t be happier,&rdquo; the Northern Irishman said. &ldquo;To be sitting here now 13th in the world, leading The Race to Dubai, I&rsquo;m just really enjoying it. This is what I&rsquo;ve always wanted to do.&rdquo;<br /><br />McIlroy leads Westwood by &euro;127,000 and could even stay top of the table by finishing last of the 58-strong field this weekend. <br /><br />Westwood, Kaymer and Fisher will only stand a chance if they finish seventh, fourth and second respectively.