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By Steve King
Topic - Javier Ballesteros
Javier Ballesteros, son of late golf great Seve Ballesteros, won the amateur Madrid Open on Sunday.
After winning last week for the first time on home soil, Spanish golfer Pablo Larrazabal hopes it will lead to success in this week's Spanish Open.
Javier Ballesteros, the son of late golf great Seve, will play in a professional tournament for the first time Thursday on the same course where his father made his pro debut.
"My father always told me that you have to play with what you got, and that's what I did," he said. "I thought about him a lot during the 18 holes and I dedicate this victory to him and my mother."
Javier Ballesteros says it is a "double excitement" to know he is playing the same course where his father made his professional debut in 1974.