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Woods kept staring incredulously at the ball — when it veered off in odd directions, when it stopped rolling far from the cup. It was as though he had suddenly forgotten how to read a putt.
Lee Westwood has never been in better position to win his first major championship.
While Phil Mickelson was hoisting the claret jug on the 18th green to roars and applause, Lee Westwood was about 40 yards away in the corner of a press tent, explaining how yet another major championship got away from him.
Tiger Woods was actually having a pretty good day, though the fans lining the seventh hole might have thought otherwise. They had the misfortune of having to listen as he unleashed a string of loud expletives directed at himself and a ball that bounced over the green into the rough.
Funny thing, Adam Scott likes this spot even better.
After his disappointing fade down the stretch of the U.S. Open, Hunter Mahan guaranteed he'd be ready the next time he went off in the final pair on the last day of a major.
Lee Westwood passed his first big test Saturday when he outplayed Tiger Woods and grabbed a two-shot lead in the British Open.
Another sunny day along the Scottish coast. Another perilous test on the links of Muirfield.
They urged him along _ in the proper British manner, of course _ as Lee Westwood gingerly made his way Friday around the baked links of Muirfield. Nothing to get overly excited about, because it was only the second round of the British Open and this, after all, was an act they had seen before.