Top 10 shots of the 2015 European Tour

The shots that have caught our eye so far...

2015 European Tour
Miguel Angel Jimenez recorded our favourite shot of the 2015 European Tour season
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Kylie Winkler looks back at some of the stand-out moments of the 2015 European Tour season as we approach the season-ending DP World Tour Championship

By Kylie Winkler

Although the end of the European Tour may be nearing its conclusion, there has been an entire season worth of exceptional shots that have captivated viewers.

Golf Monthly has narrowed down the top ten best shots of the 2015 European Tour season, excluding the Majors...

10. Gary Stal makes this eagle on the par 4, 3rd at the Lyoness Open in Austria... [1.02]

9. Benjamin Hebert’s first hole-in-one on the European Tour at the Volvo China Open. [1.54]

8. At the WGC-Cadillac Championship, this 285-yard approach from Sergio Garcia lands just short of the green and ends up only only eight feet away from the flag, setting up eagle. [0.49]

7. This chip erased the initial trouble Anirban Lahiri faced off the tee and led him to tournament victory at the Hero Indian Open - his second win of the European Tour season. [2.20]

6. This shot by Andrew Johnston at the BMW PGA Championship – the European Tour's flagship event – sends the ball directly into the hole at the tricky par-3 10th. [0:40]

5. Brooks Koepka finds himself stranded in the middle of the sand but after this shot, finds himself on the top ten of the leaderboard at the WGC-Cadillac Championship. [0:30]

4. The backspin on Alex Levy’s shot at the British Masters takes his ball right into the hole. [0:07]

3. Chris Wood’s ace at the BMW PGA Championship landed him a fourth-place finish and a brand new car, albeit one he struggled to get into! [1:46]

2. Tommy Fleetwood makes an 198-yard albatross on the par-5 4th the BMW PGA Championship. It was the first of his career. [1.13]

1. With this ace, Miguel Angel Jimenez dances his way to a 2nd-place finish at the BMW PGA Championship. He also broke the European Tour record for most hole-in-ones on the circuit, with 10. [2:29]

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