The week's golfing highlights
Last updated: 11th December 2012
The European Tour returns
After a couple of wet days Scott Jamieson won a three-way play-off in Durban to secure the Nelson Mandela Championship.
Shootout win for Perry and O'Hair
Kenny Perry became the oldest player to win the Franklin Templeton Shootout in Florida at 52 as he teamed up with Sean O'Hair.
Watson as captain?
Tom Watson has thrown his hat into the ring to the United States Ryder Cup captain in 2014.
- Nordqvist stars, but Choi leads
- Bae puts pressure on Bradley
- Tullo holds the advantage
- McDowell turns the tables
- Colsaerts survives Match Play scare
- Hall of Famer Venturi passes away
- Bradley maintains three-shot lead
- Korda claims the halfway lead
- Another tough day for Guan
- Lee edges ahead in Madeira
Neville Leck Blog
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