After entering the final round of the Open Championship with the solo lead, Lee Westwood fired a lukewarm 75 to finish the tournament in a tie for third.
Though Phil Mickelson posted an all-time great round to win, even-par from Westwood would have resulted in a playoff. It was a final round that, at least for a player of Westwood's caliber who still doesn't have a major championship, should frustrate and disappoint. But Westwood maintained after the round that he "really doesn't get disappointed with golf anymore," which begs the question: Does Westwood have any competitive fire left in him.
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