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Golf PhOtOs-Westwood Wins Championship with Seven Birdies

Lee Westwood Reels off Seven Birdies in 10 Holes on Final Day to Claim Thailand Golf Championship by One Shot

  • Lee Westwood won Thailand Golf Championship at Amata Spring
  • Marcus Fraser could have forced a playoff but miss par putt on 18th
  • Martin Kaymer bogeyed the 17th to tie with Fraser for second
Reuters, 14 December 2014

England's Lee Westwood won the Thailand Golf Championship by one shot on Sunday after US Open champion Martin Kaymer and third-round leader Marcus Fraser both slipped up at the end.

Westwood reeled off seven birdies in 10 holes then tapped in for par at the last to complete a superb five-under round of 67 for an eight-under total of 280 at Amata Spring Country Club
Fraser, playing on a sponsors invite after missing most of the year because of a wrist problem, could have forced a playoff with a par of his own at the last but the Australian made a bogey to drop back to seven-under.

Lee Westwood poses with his prize after winning the Asian Tour's Thailand Golf Championship on Sunday

Westwood carded seven birdies in 10 holes to claim the title at Amata Spring Country Club by one shot

Westwood studies the 17th green on his way to an overall score of eight-under

Westwood's Ryder Cup-winning team mate Kaymer also came unstuck right near the end, making his only bogey of the day on the penultimate hole, to finish tied with Fraser, one behind Westwood.
The victory provided Westwood with his 41st career win and his second Thailand Golf Championship.

Westwood was delighted with his victory and tweeted afterwards: 'It's been a good last day of school' - a nod to his season now being at a close.

Fraser had started the day one ahead of India's Anirban Lahiri (73) and two clear of the former world number ones as he went in search of his first Tour title in over four years.

The leader going into the final round, Marcus Fraser, narrowly missed a putt to force a playoff

Westwood's Ryder Cup team-mate Martin Kaymer's bogey on the 17th saw him tie for second with Fraser

Five birdies in his opening 11 holes stretched that lead to three as Lahiri fell away but as Westwood and Kaymer closed the gap with birdies after the Australian tossed in a bogey at the 12th.
Westwood made four birdies in a row from the sixth then added three more on the back nine and held his nerve with three closing pars over the demanding final stretch as his rivals slipped up.

Southport's Tommy Fleetwood was two shots further back in fourth after carding a final-round 70, while defending champion Spain's Sergio Garcia finished ninth on two under after his score of 69 on Sunday saw him move up a spot.

Bubba Watson of America ended the tournament in joint 25th after struggling with scores of 76 and 77 in rounds one and three respectively - on the par-72 course - while Northern Ireland's Darren Clarke fared even worse with scores of 75, 75, 73 and 74 meaning he finished in a five-way tie for 50th.
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