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Stars show what inspires them

October 25, 2013

Some of the world's biggest names in golf took the opportunity at the BMW Masters in Shanghai to tell Ballantine's, an official sponsor at the event, what inspires them to Stay True to themselves and Leave An Impression on the golf course.

Players including Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, Luke Donald, Graeme McDowell, and Miguel Jiménez gave answers ranging from their family and kids, to winning trophies - and even their rhythm!

Westwood said: "My grandparents bought me my first set of golf clubs for Christmas and I stuck them in the cupboard until after my 13th birthday, when Dad asked if I fancied getting them out of the cupboard and having a game. That's where it started. My Dad had not really played before, so we started together on the same day."






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