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Miguel Angel Jiménez has a (Srixon) ball in Hong Kong!
November 19, 2012

Miguel Angel Jiménez played himself into the history books this week with a Srixon golf ball when he won the UBS Hong Kong Open and became the oldest ever winner on the European Tour. The win, which was Jimenez’s 19th career European Tour victory, cements the his place in next weekend’s Race to Dubai final, the DP World Tour Championship, Dubai.

Following on from the double success last weekend where Charlie Beljan and Ryo Ishikawa both won using the Srixon Z-STAR, Jimenez finished with a total of 15-under-par to win the tournament by one shot, while using the Srixon Z-STAR golf ball.

Srixon ball users have now amassed more than 70 International victories over the last 2 seasons.

The Srixon Z-STAR is the ultimate 3-piece multilayer golf ball designed for the player looking for tour-proven performance with great feel and distance control and is also available in Tour Yellow for increased visibility.

For further information visit www.srixon.co.uk







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