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Ian Poulter, left, of England and Lee Westwood of England shake hands on the 17th green during a practice round at the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Ga., Tuesday, April 6, 2010. The tournament begins Thursday, April, 8. (AP Photo/Rob Carr) Ian Poulter, left, of England and Lee Westwood of England shake hands on the 17th green during a practice round at the Masters golf tournament in Augusta, Ga., Tuesday, April 6, 2010. The tournament begins Thursday, April, 8. (AP Photo/Rob Carr)  

Poulter wins Australian Masters after Ogilvy fades

(Reuters) – England’s Ian Poulter shot a near-flawless four-under-par 67 in windy conditions to reel in overnight leader Geoff Ogilvy and win the Australian Masters by three strokes on Sunday.

The much-anticipated final round shoot-out between the Briton and the Australian failed to materialize as Ogilvy surrendered his two-stroke overnight lead on the first hole and plunged to third after wilting with a bogey-strewn back nine.

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