European Tour in 2018: Vote for your highlight of the year
By Sky Sports Golf
Last Updated: 12/12/18 5:20pm
We’ve seen plenty of memorable moments on the European Tour over the past 12 months, but what has been the highlight of 2018?
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The Alfred Dunhill Championship completes another bumper year on the European Tour, where we have seen record-breaking rounds and players delivering career-changing victories.
Oliver Fisher made European Tour history by carding the first "59 round" at the Portugal Masters, just months after Brandon Stone narrowly missed out on shoot a sub-60 score in his Scottish Open win.
British success stories included Tommy Fleetwood posting his career-best major finish at the US Open and Matt Wallace producing a stunning birdie run to win the Made In Denmark, while Danny Willett and Lee Westwood were among those to celebrate comeback victories.
Race to Dubai Francesco Molinari claimed a maiden major title at The Open and Russell Knox returned to the winner's circle at the Irish Open, while Richard McEvoy secured a long-awaited win at the Porsche European Open.
What has been your favourite moment of 2018 on the European Tour? Cast your vote from the options below!