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Jimenez: Celebrating in style

Jimenez: Celebrating in style

It's not every day that a 48-year-old, flame-haired, cigar-smoking Spaniard wins a European Tour event. Here's a look at how it all went down.

It's not every day that a 48-year-old, flame-haired, cigar-smoking Spaniard wins a European Tour event. Here's a look at how it all went down.

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.

Instead, he stubbornly carries on playing top-flight professional golf. And what's more, he still insists on winning high profile tournaments. Isn't golf supposed to be all about the young guns now? Someone seems to have forgotten to tell that to Miguel.

Follow Jimenez' superb Hong Kong victory below, with highlights from all four days of action.

ROUND 1



ROUND 2



ROUND 3



ROUND 4



Courses

The Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas

Colonial CC

Colonial CC, home of the Crowne Plaza Invitational, is the brainchild of a man who was obsessed with bent grass greens.

Ernie Els teeing off in the BMW PGA at Wentworth.

Wentworth Club

As the famous club's website quite correctly boasts, entering Wentworth "is like entering another world".

Photo Galleries

Final round at the Players

Sergio Garcia and Kevin Kisner came close, but the 2015 Players Championship belonged to Rickie Fowler. Go to Gallery

Final round at the Masters

They gave it their all, but there was no catching Jordan Spieth on the final day at Augusta. Go to Gallery

Day 2 at the Masters

The second round of the 79th Masters will be remembered as the day 21-year-old Jordan Spieth set a new 36-hole scoring record. Go to Gallery