Frederik Jacobson rolls home a 25-foot birdie putt on the par-4 3rd hole at Sheshan.
Lee Westwood fully understands the long history that has set each of the four major championships apart on golf’s global calendar. Even so, the world No. 2 thinks there’s room for another.
“I like the tradition of the majors,” Westwood said recently. “I think the men’s game has got it pretty much right, although I’d like to see another major somewhere else in the world. Somewhere like Asia or Australia.”
Westwood, who has won 33 times around the world, has finished third or better in six of the last 12 majors but has yet to pick up his first title. Click here to read more about Westwood's comments .
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