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Lee Westwood and Jamie Donaldson qualify for Open

Jamie Donaldson of Wales holds his trophy aloft after winning the Thailand Golf Championship on Sunday

LEE Westwood and Jamie Donaldson have both qualified for the 145th Open at Royal Troon next July.

Donaldson led a quartet of qualifiers by winning the Thailand Golf Championship, the second event in The Open Qualifying Series, with France’s Clement Sordet and 16-year-old Thai Phachara Khongwatmai also booking their spots.

Welshman Donaldson, who won the decisive match at last year’s Ryder Cup, sealed a three-shot victory in Thailand with a seven-under-par closing round of 65.

Defending champion Westwood finished tied in second place with Sordet and will make a 22nd consecutive appearance at The Open.

“It’s great to get into The Open,” he said. “It’s my favourite championship of the year. I have played in every one since 1995 so it’s nice to keep that run going.

“I’ve played at Royal Troon quite a few times and I finished fourth there one year. I like the golf course as it’s a traditional links.”

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