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Chris Wood has had a busy time in the Middle East and cannot wait to start one of his favourite events.
Chris Wood had his 2011 season curtailed because of injury but says he's ready and raring to go in 2012.
Chris talks to us about his injury - and the golf he's watching whilst trying to recuperate.
Chris Wood on his mixed form and, in Seve Trophy week, the legacy the great man left the European Tour.
Chris Wood talks about the pain of watching an Open from his sofa and life in amongst the ISM stable.
Chris reflects on a great victory for his ISM stablemate Rory McIlroy and his own up-and-down form.
It was a case of so near and yet so far for Chris last week in Mallorca as he came close to a first European Tour victory.
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