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Maybank Malaysian Open
Kuala Lumpur G&CC
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 17 Apr 2014 - 20 Apr 2014
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Maybank celebrates 10 years of Malaysian Open
The Maybank Malaysian Open will return to the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club from February 5-8, 2015 with prize money increasing to US$3 million for the tenth anniversary under Maybank’s title sponsorship.
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Robert Lee and John Hawksworth look back at Lee Westwood’s win at the Maybank Malaysian Open, his first for nearly two years. We hear from Westwood after his 7 shot victory and from Louis Oosthuizen, Nicolas Colsaerts and Bernd Wiesberger who were all tied for second place in Kuala Lumpar. We also hear from Pablo Larrazabal after he was attacked by a swarm of hornets on day two which led to him jumping into a lake.
Westwood romps to victory
Lee Westwood ended a near two-year absence from the winner’s circle in style as he recorded his 40th worldwide career victory by seven shots at the Maybank Malaysian Open.
Storm delays Westwood title bid
Lee Westwood moved into a commanding four shot lead before the threat of lightning forced play to be suspended for over four hours during the final round of the Maybank Malaysian Open.
Westwood restores large lead
Lee Westwood swiftly resumed full control of the Maybank Malaysian Open when the final round began at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club.
Westwood set for Sullivan showdown
Lee Westwood saw his lead whittled down to a single stroke by compatriot Andy Sullivan as an exciting final round beckons at the Maybank Malaysian Open.
Westwood retains upper hand
Lee Westwood remained in control of the Maybank Malaysian Open midway through the third round began at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club.
Westwood's advantage cut by Lascuna
Lee Westwood saw his lead at the Maybank Malaysian Open halved by Antonio Lascuna as the third round began at Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club.
Imperious Westwood surges clear
Lee Westwood took command of the Maybank Malaysian Open on Friday by adding a 66 to his opening 65 in Kuala Lumpur.
Impressive Westwood retains advantage
Lee Westwood remained in ominous form as he swiftly overtook clubhouse leader Antonio Lascuna during the second round of the Maybank Malaysian Open.
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