Westwood unhappy with opening round at Masters

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LEE Westwood came off the course at Augusta unhappy with his putting, after a level par round of 72.

Speaking after a bogey at the 18th, the 37-year-old from Worksop said: “It’s how my game is at the moment.”

“If you can’t hole it out from four feet, you’re going to struggle, aren’t you?”

Before the tournament Westwood revealed that he had been working on his putting with Dad John, a former Valley School teacher.

Westwood is seven shots behind leaders Rory McIlroy and Alvaro Quiros.