The weekend's golfing highlights
Last updated: 5th November 2012
Final-round video highlights from last week's golfing action across the globe.
The World Golf Championships returned to the calender last week with the HSBC Champions in Dongguan, China.
While there were many top-ranked pretenders to the throne on the final day, including Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen, it was Ryder Cup hero Ian Poulter who won the day with a second successive 65 for a two-shot victory.
Aside from the action on the course, the main news off it was that several top professionals were looking at possibly launching a legal challenge if golf's ruling bodies carried through with their intentions to ban "belly" or "broomstick" putters.
Over on the LPGA Tour, American Stacy Lewis was picking up her fourth victory of the year at the Mizuno Classic in Japan.
Curious about what the highly successful professional golfer has in her bag? Check out the video below.
World No 1 Yani Tseng finished fourth in Japan, to go along with a third-place finish at the previous week's Sunrise LPGA Taiwan Championship in her own backyard. Those are two solid showings for Tseng, who has struggled with her form somewhat in 2012.
Golfingworld.tv caught up with Tseng at home in Taiwan last week, where she is a hugely popular figure.
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Ian Botham, Allan Lamb, Mark Boucher and company in action at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Go to Gallery
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- Woods finally tames Blue Monster
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