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We didn't know why English golfer Lee Westwood was blindfolded at Perth, Australia, so we asked for your help to figure out this week's Mystery Photo.
"Yeah, I might be 46 over, but my eyes won't be sunburnt in the morning."
"Obi Wan, are you sure this works in golf too?"
"When I bought them, I didn't know that these imitation Oakleys were really that bad."
Somewhere between that fourth or fifth Fosters, this pin-the-tail on the donkey game went waaaaay out of control.
Lee Westwood up on the first tee at the Australian Pinata Invitational ...
Colorado Springs, Colo.
"Hey, if Tiger Woods can get a hole in one like this, why can't I? Oh yeah, I forgot: I'm not Tiger Woods."
Santa Barbara, Calif.
"Where did that one go?" "Right in the lumber yard, Danny."
Not pictured: Rosanne Barr standing directly in front of Lee Westwood.
English golfer Lee Westwood dons the exact same blindfold the review booth used at the Patriots-Raiders game last week.
Golf's toughest tournament: Playing in front of a firing squad!
"At least this way I won't have to see John Daly bend over to pick up his ball ..."
Lee Westwood was forced to cover his eyes after a heavy gust of wind blew Fuzzy Zoeller's shirt above his head.
Finally, I'm not the only one falling asleep while golf is on!
Billy Bob Hickman
Lee Westwood takes the traditional first tee shot at the Stevie Wonder Classic.
The "Hail Mary" of golf.
After many unsuccessful attempts to win a PGA Tour event with his eyes closed, Lee Westwood decided to pursue a career as an NBA ref.
A simulation of what Shaq sees when he shoots free throws.
People all over the world are going to new lengths to avoid making eye-contact with Mike Tyson.
... 46, 47, 48, 49, 50. Ready or not Tiger, here I come!
Lee Westwood recently joined the O.J. Simpson "Search for the real killer" associate trainee program.
"Sleep, that's where I'm a Viking!"
Lee Westwood's game is really improving thanks to his new caddie, Yoda.
"Let's give a hand to our guest panelist, Lee Westwood, on tonight's 'What's My Line?' "
Felix Unger tees off in his first PGA tour event.
And here is the real caption from Allsport: Lee Westwood of England tees off with a blindfold on during a celebrity golf event before the start of the Johnnie Walker Classic at the Lake Karrinyup Country Club, Perth, Australia. Mandatory Credit: Nick Wilson/Getty Images