Instead of remaining in a funk, however, Westwood heeded the advice of David Leadbetter, the Orlando-based teacher who spent several days at the tournament and urged him to play with a smile on his face. Paired with Woods for the first two rounds, a determinedly upbeat Westwood matched him shot for shot at four under. On Sunday he routed Woods and everyone else. Is Westwood ready to take on Woods every week? "I have no intention of going to America to play full time," Westwood said. He quickly added, "and I don't think he has any intention of coming here."