The weekend's golfing highlights
Last updated: 29th October 2012
Final-round video highlights from last week's golfing action across the globe.
The European Tour is still in Asia, and last week's event was the lucrative and star-studded BMW Masters in Shanghai.
Swede Peter Hanson took the victory, the biggest of his career to date, after fighting off a charging World No 1 Rory McIlroy all the way. Luke Donald and Ian Poulter finished third and fourth respectively in a tournament dominated by European Ryder Cup players.
The PGA Tour was also in the east for the CIMB Asia Pacific Classic in Malaysia, co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour, and while Tiger Woods was the main attraction, he had to be content with fourth place after Nick Watney produced a sizzling final-round 61 to steal the show.
Not to be outdone by the men's tours, the LPGA Tour is currently enjoying its four-week long Asian swing, and last week's event was the Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship, won by Norway's Suzann Pettersen, who also won the previous week's HanaBank Championship in South Korea.
Finally, the Web.com Tour Championship wrapped up the season for the PGA Tour hopefuls and 25 new tour cards were handed out. Here's a look at the top 10 greatest shots of all time on the Web.com Tour (formerly the Nationwide Tour).
Some choice images from the final round of the Masters at Augusta, as Bubba Watson pulled of a superb repeat victory. Go to Gallery
The movers and shakers at the third round of the US Masters at Augusta National. Go to Gallery
- Jimenez makes winning debut
- Kuchar pips Donald to Heritage crown
- Fifteen-year-old Katsu wins in Japan
- Westwood claims commanding win
- Donald shoots into Heritage lead
- Jimenez leads Langer by one
- Wie wins first title on US soil
- Haas withdraws from RBC Heritage
- Westwood has slender lead
- Jimenez leads on debut
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