PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. â With one bold swing, Camilo Villegas turned a solid round at the Honda Classic into his lowest start in more than a year. Villegas drilled a 3-wood from 263 yards over the water to about 8 feet for an eagle on the par-5 18th hole at PGA National for a 6-under 64 that gave him a one-shot lead and another jolt of confidence as he tries to regain his status on the PGA Tour.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) - Lee Westwood made a big move, uprooting his wife and two children from England to relocate in south Florida. The easy part was sitting down with the family to discuss it. Westwood said the conversation went something like this.
English golferÂ Lee WestwoodÂ is yet anotherÂ Honda ClassicÂ star for whom this weekendâs tournament feels like home. Like fellow BritÂ Rory McIlroyÂ andÂ Tiger WoodsÂ andÂ Ernie ElsÂ and others, Westwood doesnât need to go very far to rest up after he finishes this afternoonâs round. Westwood, 39, who ended Woodsâ reign as No. 1 golfer in the world in late 2010, has just plunked down $5.875 million on a brand spanking new 10,000-square-foot mansion in theÂ Old Palm Golf ClubÂ in Palm Beach Gardens.
PALM BEACH GARDENS â â Tiger Woods has always let his actions speak louder than words, both on and off the golf course. So it's rare when he says anything remotely controversial to the media that gangs up on him at post-round interviews.