Robert Lee is joined by Ross McFarlane this week as Miguel Angel Jimenez broke his own record as the oldest winner on the European Tour when retaining his Hong Kong Open title. Stuart Manley, who Jimenez beat in the play-off joins us on the phone. Meanwhile in South Africa, Ernie Els pays tribute to the late Nelson Mandela and Thomas Bjorn tells us why his win at the Nedbank Challenge was one of the best of his career. We also look ahead to the next event on the Race to Dubai calendar - the Nelson Mandela Championship in Durban.
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