England: Former top-ranked Lee Westwood moved into second place on Saturday at the BMW PGA Championship, where the Englishman is looking to end a 20-year drought.
Westwood is one shot behind Spain's Alejandro Canizares, who birdied his closing two holes in a 68 at Wentworth for an overall 9-under 207. Westwood posted a third-round 67 - including an eagle on the par-5 fourth - for 208.
If Westwood wins, he would set the record for the most appearances before winning the event for the first time.
11:34 PM, May 25, 2013
Shanghai: Lee Westwood made 11 birdies to shoot a 61 on Saturday and grab a share of the lead with struggling Louis Oosthuizen after the third round of the HSBC Champions. Oosthuizen, the 2010 British Open champion, came into the weekend with a five-stroke lead over the field, but struggled with his putting and carded a 70. The South African had a chance to retake the lead with a 15-foot...
04:39 PM, Nov 03, 2012
Turkey: Justin Rose is $1.5 million richer after defeating fellow Englishman Lee Westwood by one stroke to win the inaugural World Golf Final in Turkey on Friday. World number five Rose shot a round of a five-under par 66 to hold off Westwood after he moved into a one-shot lead with a birdie on the opening hole and secured victory by holing a 20-foot birdie putt on the 17th. The...
04:33 PM, Oct 12, 2012
Belek, Turkey: Justin Rose beat 14-times major champion Tiger Woods in the semi-finals on Thursday to set up a title showdown with fellow Englishman Lee Westwood at the World Golf Final exhibition event. World number five Rose (69) carded two birdies and an eagle in the last six holes to defeat world number two Woods by one shot. Westwood blitzed his way past 2011 U.S. Masters champion Charl Schwartzel by...
10:25 PM, Oct 11, 2012