Lee Westwood sinks ace in East Lothian

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LEE WESTWOOD

Lee Westwood recorded what he said was the 15th hole-in-one of his career earlier today in East Lothian.


Playing at The Renaissance, Westwood aced the 148-yard par-3 sixth hole before posing for a picture with his mum Trish and director of golf at the East Lothian resort Russell Smith, who was formerly in the same position at Close House, where Ryder Cup star Westwood is the attached professional.

Hole in 1. Hole 6 Renaissance club. 15th of my career . @trishwestwood @russellsmith18

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Before today, one of Westwood’s most recent hole-in-ones came at the 2014 CIMB Classic in Malaysia, where he managed to ace the par-3 11th in the second round, measuring a mammoth 226 yards!



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