Hong Kong Open video highlights
Last updated: 19th November 2012
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Miguel Angel Jimenez should be thinking about retirement, or graduation to the senior ranks, or devoting all his time to his love of fine wines and cigars.
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Follow Jimenez' superb Hong Kong victory below, with highlights from all four days of action.
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