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  • Although the European side would go on to lose the match 2and1, they would recover to claim the Solheim Cup trophy for only the second time in their history.

    Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell came through for Europe when they edged Furyk and Snedeker one up after a tense, fluctuating battle in the top match before Ian Poulter and Justin Rose squared the ledger by beating an out of sorts Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker 2and1.

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    On his 35th birthday on Sunday Els had a chance to collect thebiggest golf jackpot of $US1million ($1.37m). He has also set arecord by reaching the final for the seventh time. His only defeatin a final was by Vijay Singh in 1997. But he had lost his only twoprevious matches with Westwood in this event, 2and1 in the secondround in 1998 and 1-up in the 2000 semi-finals.

  • Summerfield Park was about 300 yards from home and, in those different days, I was allowed to go with my friends, without adults, even at 6 and 7 years of age. The school holidays and fine summer weather of 1941, 1942 and 1943 seemed to last forever and the park was almost the centre of my life.
    In the early part of the war about a fifth of the park was enclosed by a barbed-wire fence. Within it were stationed a number of soldiers. They had to operate a barrage balloon, a searchlight and at least one anti-aircraft gun. Their living quarters were also there.
    The best times were watching the soldiers handling the balloon at ground-level, either inflating it prior to launch or deflating it for maintenance.
    However, I soon began to follow my friends,crawling under the barbed-wire, because they had discovered that the soldiers would often give us a six-pence(2and1/2 p new money). This was for us to go to a cake shop on Dudley Road, about 400 yards away and buy 2 cakes for the soldier and one for ourselves. Sometimes it was only 3 pence for one cake and a penny change.
    I don't recall that we ever cheated on these shopping trips because we were probably aware that our adventures might be stopped, particularly if our parents found out.
    Many times since I have wondered what the barbed-wire was for. Presumably it was to keep the adults in, as it never stopped us children.

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