Lee Westwood - Profile
Lee Westwood: Tied 15th at Valhalla in 2000
Still carries the unwanted tag of one of the best players yet to have never won a major after a string of near misses.
* Has spent 22 weeks at world No.1: Oct 31st, 2010-Feb 20th, 2011 and Apr 24th, 2011-May 22nd, 2011.
* End of year world ranking fell from 5th in 2000 to 181st in 2002. Has spent a total of 350 weeks in the world's top 10.
* Yet to win a major. Runner-up: 2010 Masters, 2010 Open Championship, 3rd: 2008 US Open, 2009 Open Championship, 2009 USPGA, 2011 US Open, 2013 Open Championship. Total of 17 top 10s in majors.
* 23 European Tour wins. First was Volvo Scandinavian Masters in August, 1996.
* 2 PGA Tour wins: 1998 Freeport-McDermott Classic, 2010 St Jude Classic.
* Played in 8 Ryder Cups (1997, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012). On winning side 6 times.
* Tied 15th in 2000 US PGA at Valhalla.
- Nationality: England
- Date Of Birth: 24/04/1973
- Birth Place: Worksop, England
- Height: 6ft
|2017||Maybank Championship Malaysia||T26||73+66+70+72||281||-7|
|2017||Omega Dubai Desert Classic||T23||71+74+67+71||283||-5|
|2017||Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship||T8||68+69+69+69||275||-13|
|2016||DP World Tour Championship||T13||66+70+69+72||277||277|
|2016||Turkish Airlines Open||T52||70+70+73+69||282||282|
|2016||WGC - HSBC Champions||29||69+70+77+69||285||285|
|The Open Championship||-||-||T49||-||T3||T45||-|
|US PGA Championship||-||-||-||T15||T33||-||T8|
Lee Westwood News
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