Lee Westwood will host the 2017 British Masters, continuing a recent trend of top English players putting their name to the European Tour event.
WATFORD, England – Lee Westwood returned to form with a 4-under 67 in the first round at the British Masters to lie one shot off a four-way tie for the lead on Thursday.
It was arguably the low point on the course for the Europeans at Hazeltine, but it hasn't led to any fitful nights of rest for Lee Westwood.
A disappointing outing at Hazeltine hasn't deterred Lee Westwood's desire to lead the European team when the Ryder Cup matches next return to the U.S.
Lee Westwood has one more round to play in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship, and hopefully it’s better than the first two.