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Seve Ballesteros

About Seve Ballesteros

Seve Ballesteros is Spain's five-time golf champion. He had undergone a fourth brain surgery to drain fluid from it and is recovering from it. Ballesteros was first admitted on October 6, 2008 after fainting at Madrid's international airport.

Personal Biography

Brain tumor

Ballesteros said his brain tumor left him suffering like a dog. He said that coming back from his brain cancer surgery was a very difficult experience.

Ballesteros says that no one should feel sorry for him because he had brain cancer, and added that he had a good life.

Professional Biography

As a Golfer

Ballesteros believes that the world's No 1 golfer Tiger Woods has a great chance to win the 2010 Masters.

Ranking / Recognition / Awards / Nominations / Postive comments

Seve Ballesteros in News

Edinburgh Marriott Hotel Awaits the British Open
Bringing the top names in golf to Muirfield, The Open Championship, more affectionately referred to as The British Open, will draw thousands to the coastal sand dunes overlooking the Firth of Forth July 14-21. Hotels in Edinburgh are among the many service providers preparing for the buzz of activity that will take place as golfers compete for the coveted Claret Jug.

Woods regrets not playing with Ballesteros 'in his prime'
American golfing ace Tiger Woods has expressed regret that he never got a chance to play against one of golf's greatest shot-makers, Seve Ballesteros.

Golfers want memorial for European golf 's 'spiritual leader' Ballesteros
Cutting across national affiliations, golfers around the world a reportedly seeking a memorial for European golf's "spiritual leader" Seve Ballesteros, who died last week of brain tumor-related complications.

'Ballesteros was a inspiration, role model and genius', says Westwood
Tributes have been pouring in from the world of sport following the news that Spanish golfing legend Seve Ballesteros has died aged 54 at his home in Spain.

Golf legend Seve Ballesteros dies after three-year battle with brain tumour
Seve Ballesteros, regarded by many as golf's greatest shot-maker, died aged 54 at his home in Spain on Saturday following a three year battle with brain tumour.

Golf legend Seve Ballesteros 'given last rites' after deterioration in brain tumour
Golf legend Seve Ballesteros, who is suffering from brain tumour, has reportedly been 'given last rites' after his condition deteriorated.

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