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The couple have a mutual connection in Graham Wylie, the Sage Group co-founder, who owns Close House golf course - where Westwood is the resident professional - and is married to Storey's sister Andrea.Seventeen years have passed since both Sheffield Wednesday and Newcastle United dined at the top table of English football.It ended a three-month barren spell in front of goal for the 30-year-old.“I was delighted for Fletch,” said Westwood.“He has probably been waiting for his opportunities and he took them against Rotherham.“It was a good, solid away performance. “It was disappointing to concede late on at Barnsley but we put that to the back of our minds and went to Rotherham and got the result.“We were really up for Rotherham.The last time the British Masters was staged – in 2008 – Lee Westwood was unlucky not to retain his title when losing to Gonzalo Fernández-Castaño of Spain on the third play-off hole at the Belfry, but was clearly still on the upward curve which was soon to take him to No 1 in the world.Seven years on, the event returns to the European Tour schedule at Woburn on Thursday with the Englishman piecing his life back together because of a divorce which he believes has left him no option but to quit the PGA Tour.
Nevertheless, in the months after my wife's death, a grieving widower was exactly what I was, all the while trying to keep things together to be a good father.“I’m moving back to Britain, have given up my PGA Tour membership and, for personal reasons, will play the European Tour predominantly, so I can be where I need to be.” • Mc Ilroy: I thought abdout quitting European Tour With the likes of Paul Casey on the brink of abandoning his home circuit to concentrate solely on the PGA Tour, the European Tour will be glad to have Westwood exclusively – albeit in such sad circumstances.As he says, “it is not the reason”, but who knows, the return may lead to an upturn in his playing fortunes.Westwood said: “We have a lot of big games coming up but we are looking forward to it. The onus will be on us to attack at home and I’m sure the manager will do his homework and pick a team he feels can get three points on Saturday.
“We will try to put in a good performance and get the win.”Steven Fletcher was one of four alterations made by head coach Carlos Carvalhal in the Owls’ midweek success at Rotherham United and the experienced striker fully justified his inclusion by bagging a first half brace.While the Owls still have their work cut out to secure a top-six spot for the second year running, the Magpies are well on course to clinch automatic promotion.“I saw Jordan [Rhodes] say in the press the other day that every game is like a cup final and he’s absolutely right.“We have six games left. It’s the business end of the season and we need to make sure we pick up enough points to finish in the play-offs.”A crowd in the region of 30,000 are set to cheer the Owls on at Hillsborough in front of the Sky cameras against Rafael Benitez’s side.“Newcastle are a good side and have been in the top two for most of the season,” said Westwood.“It’s going to be a tough game; there’s no doubt about that.“I’m sure Newcastle won’t be letting up and will be looking to win the title.We have to get points ourselves so I’m sure it will be a cracking game like it was at their place.At 42, Westwood is down in 44th in the world rankings and heading in the wrong direction in a trend which places him in danger of missing out on next year’s majors.