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The 2008 European Tour was the 37th golf season since the European Tour officially began in 1972. The 2008 season consisted of 50 official money events, a drop of two from the previous year. This included seven major championships and World Golf Championships, which are also sanctioned by the PGA Tour. 27 events took place in Europe, 11 in Asia, six in the United States, four in South Africa,...
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2nd Gregory Havret FRA  competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2nd Gregory Havret FRA  competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2nd Pablo LARRAZABAL ESP competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2nd Pablo LARRAZABAL ESP competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2nd Ben Barham ENG  competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct  Gregory Havret FRA competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2n Former England cricket Captain Michael Vaughan competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2nd Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2nd Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • ST ANDREWS SCOTLAND Oct 2nd Johan EDFORS SWE competing in the Dunhill Links Championships, The Old Course, St Andrews, Scotland. 2nd -6th Oct 2008
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28, Louis Oosthuisen RSA  competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The M
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 25,Anthony WALL ENG  competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Madrid
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28 Michael CAMPBELL NZL competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Mad
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28, James KAMTE RSA   competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Madri
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 25, Mikko ILONEN FIN competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Madrid
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28, Gonzalo FDEZ-CASTAÑO ESP competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..Th
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 25, Mikael LUNDBERG SWE competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Mad
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28, Markus BRIER AUT competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 25, Richard STERNE RSA competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Madr
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28, Lee WESTWOOD ENG  competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Madri
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 25,Mikael LUNDBERG SWE  competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Mad
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 27, competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK.The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Madrid golfer birdied th
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28, Loois Oostheisen RSA   competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28, Markus BRIER AUT competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Madrid
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  • THE BELFRY ENGLAND SEP 28, Lee WESTWOOD ENG  competing in the British Masters PGA European Tour golf tournament at the Belfry Birmingham UK. The Belfry is a prestigious golf resort in Wishaw, Warwickshire, near Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands, where this week's The Quinn Direct British Masters is to be played. Owned by Irish billionaire Sean Quinn, who acquired the course in 2005, this magnificent parkland course is set in 550 acres of the finest English countryside, yet is only minutes from major transport links. The club has three golf courses. The championship 'Brabazon' layout is the main tournament course with the others being 'The PGA National' and 'The Derby Course'..The Belfry hosted the Ryder Cup in 1985, 1989, 1993 and 2002, and has staged many European Tour events. Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño won the Quinn Insurance British Masters at The Belfry after a thrilling play-off with Lee Westwood..The Spaniard started the final round three shots behind the defending champion but a brilliant final round 67, which did not contain a single bogey, took him level with the Worksop player on a 12 under par total of 276..Westwood was level with Michael Campbell after finishing off their third rounds first thing in the morning - Campbell shot 65, Westwood 68 - but the British star then moved three clear..However, at the 457 yard ninth his approach from the rough ended up right on the edge of the lake and while he bogeyed Campbell made a seven foot putt for birdie..Westwood, looking to win this title for the second year running to close in on Padraig Harrington at the top of The European Order of Merit, made the perfect start when he birdied the first..He bogeyed the par four fourth but fought back strongly with birdies at he sixth and then the par three seventh, where he holed a difficult uphill putt..Fernández-Castaño was two under for his round, with back to back birdies at the fourth and fifth propelling him to within striking distance of his playing partners..The Madri
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