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To Extend Masters Lee Westwood Needs Houston

After finishing the Master’s runner up in two years for the second time, Lee Westwood’s hopes for 14th consecutive appearance in season’s opening hanging by thread. To win this week’s PGA tour event The Englishman is among the top high-profile players in the Shell Houston Open, for securing the last berth and grabs the Augusta National.
Edinburgh-based player said “Westwood has second in his own position on 2010 before sharing the position with Danny Willett in 2016, slipped to 90th in the world, as the way he has fallen. Not able to qualify for Mexico or Austin WGC events.” Next week field event will be smallest event since 1997 as Westwood will not miss out as he has no qualms. He added, “It’s right to have small field and he haven’t well played, so don’t deserve to be there.”
Captain Steve Stricker, Brandt Snedeker, Russell Knox, Shane Lowry, Ernie Els and Ian Poulter these US Ryder Cup 44 years old are heading towards Houston events in another boat. Rory McIlroy has confirmed his return from the European’s tour flagship event by the end of May and chasing towards a Grand Slam in Georgia which was won by him in 2014.

Alva’s Lawrence Allan has set everything for the PGA EuroPro Tour who qualifies School stage-one event at Haggs Castle with a bogey-free four-under-par 68.

Daniel YOung 2015, he is South African Amateur Champion who is attached to Kingsbarns Oliver Roberts of Archerfield Links and the unattached Jonathan Mullaney leads by a shot.
Best among matching 72s, Cupar’s Alan Sutherland and Ben Murray of Portlethen sit joint in eighth. Hazel MacGarvie and Laird Shepherd scored titled double in the Scottish Student Championships at Moray Golf Club in Lossiemouth for Stirling University. Lee Westwood tried hard to complete his masters.