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How Els Goosen the Molinari Brothers Schwartzl Martin they all played in south africa

Well you would expect Els, Goosen and Schwartzel to play in tournaments in their own country....that's common sense. The Molinari brothers are constantly playing and I don't know of any top player called Martin :)

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Well Pablo martin is doing ok for himself on the euro tour and Richie ramsay played in South africa and he was second in the WGC In Shanghai and he is from scotland

The 2 of them are nowhere near top European tour players. I can think of at least 50+ euro tour players that would be better

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Watching the golf at Sun City this afternoon with my 5-year-old son. Westwood cans yet another birdie.

Boy: "Dad, is he better than you?"

Me: "Marginally."
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Will Lee keep the top spot even with a win for Tiger now?

Yes. Lee would have lost it with a Tiger win and a T2 or worse for Lee, but if they both win Lee keeps it.

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Whatever your preference, I can't see how Westwood winning and Tiger (maybe) winning and really duking it out for the top spot isn't good for golf.
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Whatever your preference, I can't see how Westwood winning and Tiger (maybe) winning and really duking it out for the top spot isn't good for golf.

Yeah-regardless of who you prefer, this week's performance by both of them speaks volumes about their skill as golfers, and possibly accuracy of the OWGR system as well.

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Fantastic way to finish it out and cement his place as number one

Agreed. Lee not only deserves to be #1 (obviously) but he represents golf well. More than I can say for certain others. -Dan
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