Plane scare opens Lee Westwood's week at Masters
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Plane scare opens Lee Westwood's week at Masters

Augusta : Italy | Apr 05, 2011 at 8:34 AM PDT
Source: Los Angeles Times
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Lee Westwood's Masters week got off to a bumpy start.   The world's second-ranked player was on his private jet bound for Augusta when it had to return to Houston for an emergency landing shortly after takeoff.   Westwood downplayed the incident Tuesday, saying of manager Chubby Chandler,... FULL ARTICLE AT Los Angeles Times
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