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Smurfit European Open
The K Club
Straffan, Co. Kildare, Ireland 06 Jul 2000 - 09 Jul 2000
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Westwood defends at the K Club
Lee Westwood, who came from seven shots back going into the last round to win the 1999 Smurfit European Open, returns this week to defend his crown against a field of the highest quality at The K Club. Westwood closed with a stunning 65 last year to overhaul his friend and ISM stable-mate, Darren Clarke, who set several records during the week, including becoming the first player on the European Tour to have shot 60 twice, with his second round score containing a record-equalling 12 birdies and eight in succession.
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new balls please - and Montgomerie shares lead at K Club
Tennis fan Colin Montgomerie, who attended Wimbledon last week to assist in his relaxed build-up to the Smurfit European Open, called for new balls – and served up an impressive opening round in his bid to win one of the few prestigious European Tour titles to elude him so far.
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Six-way tie for lead at The K Club
Six players share the lead at the halfway stage of the Smurfit European Open including defending champion Lee Westwood and Darren Clarke, the man Westwood overhauled in the final round to claim the title 12 months ago. They are joined on five under par by Argentina’s Angel Cabrera, Englishmen Gary Emerson and Gary Evans and Welshman Phillip Price.
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CABRERA LEADS BY ONE IN SMURFIT EUROPEAN OPEN
Angel Cabrera of Argentina, who came within a whisker of making the play-off in last year’s Open Championship, put himself in a strong position to land the Smurfit European Open at The K Club. The 30 year old from Cordoba fired a third round 70, two under par, in testing conditions to finish with a seven under par total of 209 and a one stroke advantage from defending champion Lee Westwood and Sweden’s Ryder Cup player, Jarmo Sandelin.
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