Sport Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland celebrates on the 18th hole after winning the Australian Open

Northern Irishman pleased to put frustrating year behind him

Matt Fitzpatrick: The 18-year-old's victory takes him to No 1 in the world's amateur rankings

Matthew Fitzpatrick ends 102-year wait for English triumph

Teenager does what only Harold Hilton achieved in 1911 by winning US Amateur

Phil Mickelson celebrates with the Claret Jug

Magnificent Phil Mickelson locks sights on US Open following victory at The Open 2013

Superb win at Muirfield means he has just one hill left to climb to join pantheon

Tiger Woods watches the progress of a practice shot at Muirfield

The Open 2013: Tiger Woods: I’m as good as I’ve ever been, but the opposition has improved

Is the favourite suffering psychologically as he chases his 15th major? Not a bit of it, he tells Kevin Garside at Muirfield

Matt Kuchar poses with the trophy afer his two-stroke victory at the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance at Muirfield Village Golf Club

Matt Kuchar holds his nerve to win Memorial at Muirfield

A nerveless final-day performance saw Matt Kuchar retain his two-shot overnight lead to win the Memorial tournament at Muirfield Village.

Ian Poulter looks dejected at the 13th hole

Battle with elements all too much for Rory McIlroy

World No 2 finishes five over par to join Donald, McDowell and Poulter in missing cut

Sergio Garcia on day one at the Masters

The Masters 2013: Sergio Garcia - the Goran Ivanisevic of golf

Spaniard shares lead at Augusta after first day

Condoleezza Rice is one of Augusta’s first female members

The Masters 2013: Augusta's world still far removed from reality

Very little about the workings of this remarkable institution is known

Tiger Woods claims his first Green Jacket in 1997

The Masters 2013: in numbers

Ahead of the action in Augusta, we select 18 poignant figures

Bubba Watson of the United States speaks to the media

The Masters 2013: Ian Poulter paired with defending champion Bubba Watson

The two have history from the Ryder Cup

The real McIlroy: The Northern Irishman has bounced back to form at the Texas Open in San Antonio this weekend

Rory McIlroy shows signs of the old style

World No 2 finds some of his lost touch as he builds towards the Masters at Augusta this week

Be reborn in the USA

Juliet Kinsman selects 10 of the best wellness venues, from day spas to destination retreats

Traveller's guide: Gourmet USA

The nation that finessed fast food also boasts a world-class culinary scene. By Andy Lynes

Pitching well above par

These quirky courses will change your game, says James Cusick

On the lookout: Dividing the two Koreas is an 18km partition, the world's most fortified border

Where to go in 2013: South Korea

Why go in 2013? To enjoy the Great Outdoors

Rory McIlroy is all smiles after sinking a birdie putt on the 18th on Sunday

As Rory McIlroy puts Tiger Woods in the shade: It's Tigger not Tiger at the top of this game

Let's celebrate the brilliance of Rory, whose boyish enthusiasm is perfect antidote to joyless reign of Woods

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