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Latest Lee Westwood Items
Good thing for the Americans the Ryder Cup ultimately comes down to golf shots, not style points.
Just as he was closing in on No. 1 in the world and possibly his first major, Lee Westwood of England withdrew Friday from the PGA Championship with an injury that even puts the Ryder Cup in doubt.
Things got so bad for Tiger Woods off the tee in Friday's second round of the Bridgestone Invitational that he had to supply his own soundtrack.
With a performance that rivaled the dominance of Tiger Woods at the home of golf 10 years ago, Louis Oosthuizen led over the final 48 holes and blew away the field by seven shots to capture the British Open on Sunday.
Put away the bagpipes and break out those vuvuzelas. Louis Oosthuizen was closing in on his first major championship.
Louis Oosthuizen walked over the Swilcan Bridge toward a victory that was never in doubt Sunday at St. Andrews, another big moment in sports for South Africa.
Hardly anyone knew Louis Oosthuizen, much less how to pronounce his name. Not many will forget the performance he delivered at the home of golf to capture the British Open.
Louis Oosthuizen still remembers getting together with other kids from the Ernie Els Foundation to watch highlights of their hero winning the British Open at Muirfield in 2002.
It's already been a rocky year for American golfers, even those not named Tiger Woods. Little that's happened at the British Open so far suggests that's about to change.