Lee Westwood hung up the early clubhouse lead on day one of the British Masters at The Grove with a 4-under-par 32-35=67 on Thursday.
After failing to justify his wildcard pick from good friend Darren Clarke, Lee Westwood will hope to respond to his Ryder Cup bruising with a title challenge at this week's Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in Scotland.
Lee Westwood has competed in very nearly one quarter of all Ryder Cups: this year at Hazeltine National Golf Club is his tenth start in the 41st match-up.
Ryder Cup-bound Lee Westwood completed 36 holes of the Italian Open in 1-under-par 70-71=141, missing the cut by two shots.
Lee Westwood heads to Golf Club Milano this week to tee it up in the Italian Open for the first time in 16 years.
Lee Westwood blitzed Crans-sur-Sierre for a bogey-free 7-under-par 30-33=63 in Sunday's final round at the Omega European Masters, leaping 21 spots on the leaderboard to finish solo fourth at 12-under 268, five behind winner Alex Noren.
European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke announced his three picks to round out the team, choosing Martin Kaymer, Lee Westwood, and Thomas Pieters.
Lee Westwood will be making his 22nd appearance at this year’s 145th Open Championship at Royal Troon.
Lee Westwood styled a 1-under-par 33-36=69 in the two-day third round of the 116th U.S. Open to reach 2-under 208, up four places to T3 with play still in progress.
Lee Westwood held the lead, swallowed six bogeys in nine holes and birdied two of the last three in an eventful second-round 2-over-par 36-36=72 at the U.S. Open which left him three off the pace.
Lee Westwood torched Oakmont Country Club with a 3-under-par 34-33=67 during the opening round of the 116th U.S. Open Championship, placing him one off the lead of Andrew Landry at the time he signed his card.
Three-time Nordea Masters champion Lee Westwood got his hunt for a record-breaking fourth title off to a great start with a 4-under-par 33-35=68 opening round.
As the leaders faltered Lee Westwood found himself in contention for the BMW PGA Championship after a third round 4-under-par 33-35=68 left him 7-under 209 for the week.
World No. 67 Lee Westwood, runner-up in 2010, spun a 3-under-par 34-34=68 in the final round of the 80th Masters to wrap his 17th appearance on 2-under 286, up six places on the leaderboard to co-runner-up, three adrift of champion Danny Willett. Westwood pocketed $880,000 in non-PGA TOUR member earnings.