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Lee Westwood fires caddie

Last year's European number one Lee Westwood has sacked his caddie in a bid to find some late form in a disappointing season.

British bagman Martin Gray was with Westwood for his record-equalling six European wins and seven worldwide last year.

But Westwood had been unhappy with their relationship recently. "There was no spark between the two of us and I felt it was time for a change," he said at Gut Larchenhof where he is due to play in the German Masters which starts on Thursday.

"Sometimes a change is good and I am hoping now there will be changes for the better for me, because nothing has been happening all year."

Westwood has failed to win a tournament this year. His best finish is a tied second in the Scandinavian Masters in July and he is currently 42nd in the Order of Merit.

Ernie Els' caddie Ricci Roberts is on temporary duty for Westwood in Cologne before his new bagman Andy Forsyth, formerly with ex-Ryder Cup Englishman Paul Broadhurst, takes over for next week's World Matchplay Championship.

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