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Lee Westwood (ENG)
Lee Westwood
England
April 24, 1973
Worksop, England
37
6-0
205
Worksop, England
1993
U.S. OPEN 2010 SCORES
POSITION: T16STATUS: +8HOLE: F
ROUND:1234TOTAL
SCORES:74717671292
U.S. OPEN HISTORY
1997 (Congressional)
11
R2-66 (2009 Bethpage)
3 (2008 Torrey Pines)
$1,060,841
11

INTERVIEWS




CUMULATIVE STATISTICS

* Calculated on holes #2 and #14
   Lee Westwood +8
    Lee Westwood  Field Average
Fairways Hit
 71.43%
 64.06%
*Avg. Driving Distance
 303.00
 288.50
Sand Saves
Greens Hit
Putts Per Hole


CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP

 EAGLESBIRDIESPARSBOGEYSDOUBLE BOGEYSOTHERS
Round 1048510
Round 20312300
Round 30014310
Round 40312300
Total010461420

PERSONAL NOTES

Took over the World No. 1 ranking from Tiger Woods at the end of the 2010 season, but relinquished the honor to Martin Kaymer of Germany following the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship

Two years after watching Jack Nicklaus win his sixth Masters in 1986, Westwood started playing at the age of 13 with a set bought by his grandparents

Member of European Ryder Cup teams in 1997, '99, 2002, '04, '06, '08 and 2010

Went unbeaten in all five matches at 2006 Ryder Cup (3-0-2)

Ended Colin Montgomerie's seven-year Order of Merit reign on the European Tour in 2000 by posting six victories

During school days, played rugby, soccer and cricket

Posted career-high finish (third) at 2008 U.S. Open, missing the playoff with Tiger Woods and Rocco Mediate by one stroke

Owns 20 European Tour wins, the last coming at 2009 Dubai World Championship

Earned second PGA Tour win at 2010 St. Jude Classic, a week prior to the U.S. Open, in a playoff over Robert Karlsson and Robert Garrigus

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