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Wednesday, 30 June 2010


Lee Westwood is said to be delighted after being told he does not have a blood clot in his calf.
The world number three had a real scare when he was told by the physio's at Le Golf National that the sweeling in his right calf could be a blood clot.

A spokesman for Westwood said the doctor has decided it isnt deep vein thrombosis or a blood clot and it could be a reaction to the heat.

Its thought that Lee will wear an anti-inflammatory dressing over his right calf and if he takes it easy tonight the selling should go down enough for him to play tomorrow. However he isnt going to make the decision untill he gets on the course in the morning.

The Le Golf National is scheduled to be his last tour event before the open at St Andrews as he is skipping the Scottish Open this year

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