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(mont-gŏm'ĕr-ē),
William F., Irish obstetrician, 1797-1859. See: Montgomery follicles, Montgomery glands, Montgomery tubercles.
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But New Zealander Michael Campbell, the only man who can stop Montgomerie in the money list race, is six strokes back in eighth place.
The couple had a blazing row at the US Masters in Augusta this month and Montgomerie, who is from Troon, Ayrshire, stormed past waiting reporters and Eimear.
The first round of the pounds 3.5m event at La Costa near San Diego is on Wednesday and Montgomerie, the world No.
Montgomerie felt it was unnecessary to go to hospital and received treatment at the roadside from the ambulance crew before being taken back to his home in Perth.
Montgomerie said: "It will be an excellent opportunity for me to spend time with some key players who are likely to be with me at Celtic Manor in October."
Lizzy said: "To complete the West Highland Way is not only a personal achievement, but the team made a huge contribution through efforts, sweat and laughter to The Elizabeth Montgomerie Foundation.
Jose Maria Olazabal, an impressive vice-captain to Nick Faldo last year, was forced out of the running as he has been restricted to only three tournaments in the last eight months because of rheumatism, but it is hoped the Spaniard, 42, can captain the side in Chicago in 2012 after joining Montgomerie's backroom staff in Wales.
But questions over his health stopped Europe's tournament committee unveiling Olazabal at the same time as confirming Montgomerie's 2010 captaincy.
Montgomerie succeeded Nick Faldo as captain following a unanimous decision from the players' tournament committee and described it as "the greatest honour for a European".
Montgomerie climbed back into the world's top 100 at 77th thanks to his performance at the Paris course, and delivered a performance which will have reminded captain Faldo of his ability.
On a day when top seed Tiger Woods won at a canter, Howell took the lead with four successive birdies from the 10th hole, but Ryder Cup hero Montgomerie dug deep to birdie three of the next four holes and score a hard-fought one-up victory at Dove Mountain.
The standard may be rising on the European Tour, but Montgomerie's task looks a whole lot easier now after his victory in the Dunhill Links Championship - his first title for 19 months.

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