Lee Westwood captured the Quinn Direct British Masters at The Belfry with a flawless final round of 65 (-7) and a total of 273 (-15). Westwood secured the victory following a birdie-eagle on holes 16 and 17 to finish five shots clear of runner-up and fellow FootJoy wearer Ian Poulter. The overnight leader Mark Foster shot a final round 73 to finish solo third at 9-under par.
It marked the 18th career PGA European Tour title for Westwood and his second in 2007, following his winning success at the Valle Romano Open de Andalucia earlier this season.
Westwood and Poulter had more than just their 1-2 finish on Sunday. They both chose a pair of white pebble and purple patent FJ Classics Dry Premiere as a perfect compliment to their brilliant play.
FootJoy's latest exciting new signing, 18-year old Rory McIlroy from Northern Ireland, finished in 42nd place with a 2-over par 290 total in his professional debut. Just as Westwood and Poulter, McIlroy laced up Classics Dry Premiere shoes for his first tournament. In all, 6 of the top 10 finishers put their trust in FootJoy golf shoes, as did 56% of the field.
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