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Johnnie Walker Classic
Alpine Golf & Sports Club
Bangkok, Thailand 16 Nov 2000 - 19 Nov 2000
Setting the standard
Tiger Woods set many records throughout the 2000 season and his level of performance was perhaps as high as the game has seen. In the first counting event of the 2001 European Tour, Tiger visited his mother’s native land for the 2001 Johnnie Walker Classic and claimed his tenth title of the year with a 25-under-par total. An in-depth look at his stats for the week, reveals exactly where Tiger excels.
WOODS CAPTURES TENTH TITLE OF THE YEAR
Tiger Woods claimed the 2001 Johnnie Walker Classic – and his tenth title of a marvellous year - at the Alpine Golf and Sports Club, Bangkok, closing with his third successive 65 for a 25-under-par total 263. Australian Geoff Ogilvy repeated his runner-up spot from the 2000 tournament with a splendid final round of 64, to finish three strokes adrift, while Kiwi Michael Campbell made a stout defence of his title, taking third place on 18-under-par.
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WOODS CAPTURES TENTH TITLE OF YEAR
Tiger Woods won for the tenth time this year when he held off a stout challenge from Australian Geoff Ogilvy to capture the Johnnie Walker Classic at the Apline Golf and Sports Club, Bangkok. The world number one shot a closing 65 for a 25 under par total of 263, three better than Ogilvy, who finished with a 64, and seven ahead of defending champion Michael Campbell.
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Campbell on the Tiger Hunt
Michael Campbell shot a course record 63 in the third round of the Johnnie Walker Classic in his bid to successfully defend the title at the Alpine Golf and Sports Club on Bangkok. But the New Zealander must first catch world number one Tiger Woods who extended his lead to three shots as he chases a tenth title of the year.
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WOODS STEPS UP BID FOR SECOND JOHNNIE WALKER CLASSIC
Tiger Woods, the 1998 champion, swept into the halfway lead in the Johnnie Walker Classic at the Alpine Golf and Sports Club, Bangkok. The world number one fired a seven under par 65 for an 11 under par total of 133 and a one stroke lead over Australian Rodney Pampling.
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Lawrie makes solid start in Thailand
Former Open champion Paul Lawrie carded a five under par 67 in sweltering heat at the Alpine Golf and Sports Club to lie just two shots off the lead held by Australian Wayne Smith after the opening round of the Johnnie Walker Classic.
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Campbell defends Johnnie Walker title
Over the past 12 months Michael Campbell has gone from strength to strength climbing to fourth in the Volvo Order of Merit having captured three European Tour titles. This week he defends the first of those titles when he returns to the Johnnie Walker Classic - the opening event of the 2001 European Tour International Schedule.
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