He’s north of 40 now, with a list of accomplishments that would make most of his peers salivate. Lee Westwood has 39 professional victories, played in eight straight Ryder Cups, been named European Tour player of the year three times, and ended the five-year reign of Tiger Woods as the world’s No. 1-ranked golfer.
Something remains missing, though. And Westwood might be running out of time to find it.