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Westwood not sure how long he can stay at the top

  Tiger Woods of the U.S., left, chats with Lee Westwood of Britain as they arrive for a photography session on top of a hotel in Shanghai, China Tues...
 U.S. golfer Tiger Woods, left, and Lee Westwood of England, right, are seen after performing the Chinese martial art of taichi during a photo call fo...

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Tiger Woods of the U.S., left, chats with Lee Westwood of Britain as they arrive for a photography session on top of a hotel in Shanghai, China Tues...

China Shanghai Golf HSBC

U.S. golfer Tiger Woods, left, and Lee Westwood of England, right, are seen after performing the Chinese martial art of taichi during a photo call fo...

Golf's new No.1 Lee Westwood has no great expectations of holding onto that ranking for the remainder of this year as he tentatively makes his way back from injury.
The Englishmans competing in the HSBC Champions this week still affected by a leg injury that had restricted him to only one tournament since he finished as runner-up in the British Open in July.
Westwood took over the No.1 ranking from Tiger Woods and has a narrow points advantage over the American, plus Martin Kaymer and Phil Mickelson.
He said the remainder of 2010 "is really just a gauge toward being right for the start of next season."


Updated : 2021-02-25 12:49 GMT+08:00