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International Golf News December 2007

Sat, 1st Dec 2007
Omega Mission Hills World Cup Mission Hills - Shenzhen - China - 22nd to 25th November, 2007 Scotland's team of Colin Montgomerie and Marc Warren were the winners of the 'Omega Mission Hills World Cup' when they defeated the American team of Heath Slocum and Boo Weekley in a playoff on the third extra hole. This was the first time that Scotland have won the World Cup.

Golfers in the News December 2007

Sat, 1st Dec 2007
Phil Mickelson - (USA) HSBC Champions Sheshan International - Shanghai - China - 8th to 11th November, 2007 The World Nº 2, Phil Mickelson, won the HSBC Champions in Shanghai at second play-off hole to edge out Ross Fisher and Lee Westwood to claim his first overseas title in 14 years. The 37 year old American birdied the 538 yard 18th second time around to see off the challenge of the two Englishmen after all three players had ended the regulation 72 holes on ten under par 278. This win closed the gap between Mickelson and Tiger Woods to 12.44 points.
Sat, 1st Dec 2007
Miguel Angel Jimenez - (Spain) UBS Hong Kong Open Hong Kong - Fanling - Hong Kong - 15th to 18th November, 2007 Miguel Angel Jimenez claimed his victory at the UBS Hong Kong Open for the second time by a single stroke from Robert Karlsson, K.J. Choi and Thongchai Jaidee. The win took Jimenez back into the Top 50 with a 21 placemove to Nº 39.
Sat, 1st Dec 2007
Aaron Baddeley - (Australia) MasterCard Masters Huntingdale - Melbourne - Australia - 22nd to 25th November, 2007 Australian Aaron Baddeley ended his final round in a playoff against Daniel Chopra from Sweden. Two strokes back was his fellow Australian Stuart Appleby. This victory in Melbourne added to his European Tour wins to make a total of two.
Sat, 1st Dec 2007
Justin Rose - (England) Volvo Masters Club de Golf Valderrama - Sotogrande - Spain - 1st to 4th November, 2007 England's Justin Rose won a three-way play-off after a dramatic final round of the Volvo Masters at Valderrama. Victory in the sudden-death play-off over fellow Englishman Simon Dyson and Denmark's Soren Kjeldsen. This was achieved with a birdie on the second extra hole. With this, his second win of the 2007 European Tour Season, Justin Rose won the European Tour Order of Merit and climbed 5 places to World Number 7.

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