The weekend's golfing highlights
Last updated: 12th November 2012
Final-round video highlights from last week's golfing action across the globe.
The European Tour stayed in the east for the Barclays Singapore Open, where Rory McIlroy didn't win, but sewed up the Race to Dubai money list title with a couple of tournaments to spare.
The achievement underlines just what a fantastic year it has been for the Irishman, who has well and truly solidified his reputation as the best golfer in the world.
McIlroy also won the PGA Tour money list title, equaling Luke Donald's feat only one year after the Englishman became the first player to achieve the elusive double.
The Singapore title itself was decided in a play-off between Italian young gun Matteo Manessero and former Open champion Louis Oosthuizen.
Oosthuizen missed a five-footer that would have given him the title on the second play-off hole, and Manassero made him pay for that error on the third.
The PGA Tour wrapped up for the year with the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic, which will be remembered for the trials and tribulations faced by eventual winner Charlie Beljan.
Most players are made to work hard for their maiden victory, but few have to contend with trips to the hospital and feeling like they had "a chance to die" inbetween.
Here's Beljan on day two, shooting a superb 64 only to find himself on a stretcher moments later.
In the end, Beljan shook off the shortness of breath and elevated heart rate that had doctors advising him not to carry on playing, and reaped the rewards of that decision with a two-stroke victory in Florida.
Ian Botham, Allan Lamb, Mark Boucher and company in action at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Go to Gallery
A pictorial of the fourth round of the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill in Rochester, New York. Go to Gallery
- Major-winning trio set for Hawaii
- Duval in need of exemptions
- Norman: I'd fancy Woods in my prime
- Cejka claims Amata Springs lead
- Brooks still leads in Durban
- Hull to make use of LPGA invites
- Jamieson out to retain special title
- Tiger: If I can't win, why tee it up?
- Aiken targets career best
- Schwartzel aims to defend title
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