Tiger Woods ’s reign as the No. 1 golfer in the world is set to come to an end.
The European drought at golf’s U.S. Open has reached 40 years, a streak attributed to nothing more than “coincidence” by England’s Lee Westwood and Ireland’s Padraig Harrington .
England’s Lee Westwood won golf’s Thailand Open by seven shots for his second title this month, while countryman Ian Poulter had a three-stroke win at the Australian Masters.
England’s Lee Westwood scored a final-round 69, 3-under par, to clinch a three-stroke win at the Indonesian Masters on his 38th birthday and boost his chances of regaining the world No. 1 golf ranking.
"If you do not play well, it penalizes you and if you get out of position it penalizes you."
- Lee Westwood on Aug 07, 2014