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That this House welcomes the awarding on 20 March 2012 of the first ever Freedom of the District of Bassetlaw to Lee Westwood, Britain's top golfer and one of the few UK sports stars to reach the pinnacle of world number 1 in their sport; congratulates Lee on this much deserved accolade and wishes him well in his golfing throughout 2012; notes with approval that Lee Westwood has remained loyal to his home town of Worksop, remained active in local golf and in particular has used his iconic status to encourage young people to take up golf; further congratulates Worksop Golf Club for the support it has given Lee in his golf career; and recognises the importance of Kilton Forest municipal golf course in providing Lee Westwood with his first opportunity to play golf whilst at school in Worksop.
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