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  • Miguel Angel Jiménez is all smiles as he holds aloft the famous Hong Kong Open trophy for a fourth time after coming out on top in a dramatic play-off with Welshman Stuart Manley and Thai player Prom Meesawat
  • Spain’s Miguel Angel Jiménez retains his Hong Kong Open title after holding his nerve in a dramatic playoff with overnight leader Stuart Manley and Thai favourite Prom Meesawat
  • The 55th Hong Kong Open winner, Spain’s Miguel Angel Jiménez poses for photographs with special guests of the tournament
  • Sidney Cheng, Captain of the Hong Kong Golf Club (far left) and Tom Phillips, Chief Executive Officer of the Hong Kong Golf Association (far right) pose for photos with the Hong Kong Open Trophy with players
  • Miguel Angel Jiménez, the Defending Champion of the Hong Kong Open (second right), celebrates the 55th anniversary of the prestigious Championship with fellow players Jason Hak (first left), Zhang Lianwei (second left) and Guan Tianlang (first right)
  • Hong Kong Open Defending Champion Miguel Angel Jiménez
  • Hong Kong Open Defending Champion Miguel Angel Jiménez, local players Jason Hak and Wong Woon Man raise their hands in the air with 150 students to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the prestigious championship at the end of a golf clinic in Tuen Mun
  • David Higgins of Ireland carded a superb round of six-under 64 that included nine birdies, and three in row at holes 16, 17 and 18 on day one of the 55th Hong Kong Open
  • Andrea Pavan of Italy one shot behind the leader in second place after recording a round of 65, or five-under, on day one of the 55th Hong Kong Open that included six birdies
  • Chinese sensation Guan Tianliang completed day one of his first Hong Kong Open at 69th place after carding a one-over-par round of 71
  • South African Jbe Kruger storms to the lead at the half way stage of the 55th Hong Kong Open after firing a four under par 66 on day two to move to seven under overall
  • Welshman Stuart Manley is one shot behind the leader at the half way stage of the 55th Hong Kong Open after impressing with two consecutive rounds of 67
  • Timothy Tang makes the cut at the Hong Kong Open after recording a half way score of 141 and will be the city’s sole representative on Saturday and Sunday’s play at the 55th Championship
  • Welshman Stuart Manley marches to the lead with a classy four under par 66 in the third round of the Hong Kong Open to lead by one shot going into the final day
  • Defending champion Miguel Angel Jiménez remains in contention after carding 7 birdies for a round of 65 in the third round of the 55th Hong Kong Open
  • Hong Kong's Timothy Tang cards a third round 72 to head into the final day of the 55th Hong Kong Open at 3 over par
  • The 2006 Hong Kong Open winner, Spain's José Manuel Lara, is in tied-fourth place going into the final day of the 2013 Championship after a fine third round of 65

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