Buoyed by record crowds and a wave of exciting young players, the European Tour is looking to expand again in China after some rocky times, a leading official told AFP. The tour has lost two events in China, including the $7 million BMW Masters, in recent years but there are signs that the good times are returning. Last week's 25th anniversary edition of the Volvo China Open, co-sanctioned by the Asian Tour, drew a tournament-record 48,000 spectators to Genzon Golf Club in Shenzhen. Forty-five Chinese players were in the field, an unprecedented number for the European Tour, and a record 10 made the cut — including 14-year-old local schoolboy Kuang Yang and two other teenage amateurs. "Our aim

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