Jimenez scoops November award
Last updated: 8th December 2012
Spanish Miguel Angel Jimenez's magnificent finish to 2012 continues after he was named European Tour's Golfer of the Month for November.
The 48-year-old became the Tour's oldest-ever winner when he captured his third Hong Kong Open title on his 597th Tour appearance earlier this month.
Michael Harris, editor of Golf Monthly, said: "When you look at the list of candidates for the November award it not only illustrates how hard a decision it was to make, but also just how healthy European Tour golf is at the moment."
Jimenez won the award ahead of world number one Rory McIlroy, who secured the DP World Tour Championship while Ian Poulter (World Golf Championships), Luke Donald, Martin Kaymer and Graeme McDowell were also victorious in November.
2012 Golfer of the Month Winners
Branden Grace (January), Paul Lawrie (February), Rory McIlroy (March and August), Louis Oosthuizen (April), Luke Donald (May), Jamie Donaldson (June), Ernie Els (July), Ian Poulter (September), Peter Hanson (October), Miguel Angel Jimenez (November).
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