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Paul Casey Ryder Cup hopes hit after withdrawing from US Open

Paul Casey’s season continued its downward spiral with his withdrawal from this week's US Open in San Francisco. Casey’s shoulder is not fully recovered from his snowboarding accident in January. Though he hopes to return later this month, the setback further reduces his chances of making the Ryder Cup team in Chicago in September.

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Rory McIlroy hit an eagle to make an encouraging 71 at the Memorial

McIlroy fights back after facing more troubles

Rory McIlroy recovered from a nightmare quadruple-bogey seven on the ninth hole to climb back in touch with the leaders at the midway point of the first round of the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, yesterday.

Stellar line-up for Memorial Tournament

Seven of the world's top 10, including numbers one and two Luke Donald and Rory McIlroy, are in head-to-head combat at Muirfield Village in Ohio this week for the Memorial Tournament.

Rory McIlroy keeps his eye on the ball in yesterday's Wentworth pro-am

Rory McIlroy expects to challenge while Luke Donald vows to chill out

World No 1 backs himself to beat anyone when 'on' as Englishman learns to deal with PGA pressure

Ian Poulter (left) congratulates Rickie Fowler on his six-under 66 at Sawgrass which leaves him three shots off the lead going into the final round

Fowler has the style to win hearts

Brutal course leaves big-name players hurting but one man could be set to replace Woods as an American hero

Rory McIlroy watches with dismay as he goes into the water at the 16th at Sawgrass yesterday

McIlroy misses the cut again as his Sawgrass woe continues

Rory McIlroy said his decision to skip the Players Championship last year “was not one of my brightest”. It turns out it may have been one of his smartest. His record at Sawgrass is now played three, lost three after completing his hat-trick of missed cuts.

Rory McIlroy during practise at Sawgrass yesterday

World waits for Rory McIlroy v Rickie Fowler

With apologies to Mr Shakespeare, all the world's a stage and we are merely at The Players – not the fifth major, as the PGA Tour would have the world believe, but nevertheless an elite championship in Florida with a $9.5m (£6m) purse and a first prize of $1.71m.

Rory McIlroy stays focused on his task at Augusta

Packed galleries make McIlroy the new ‘Here he comes’ poster boy

America's courtship of Rory McIlroy, which began with a hug after his Sunday 80 last year, is now a full-on love affair. The 22-year-old from Holywood signed for a second-round 69, three under par, that took him to four under for the tournament, and had the galleries cheering his name as he climbed the hill to the clubhouse.

Lee Westwood is looking to put an end to his - and England's - major drought

Masters that offers so much more than a two-horse race

The talk is all of Tiger and Rory but don't forget Mickelson in what promises to be a birdie-fest

Tiger Woods during practice yesterday

James Lawton: Hot air about 'greatest Masters' will soon be gone with the wind

We should enjoy the beauty of the course and the quality of the action that is expected

Lee Westwood continues his search for a first major

Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood to battle it out at Masters for world number one spot

Luke Donald, Rory McIlroy and Lee Westwood fill the top three spots on the world rankings going into The Masters - and any one of them could be number one at the end of the week.

Rory McIlroy, the young pretender, and Tiger Woods, the past Master

James Lawton: Rory and Tiger may be able to create golf's latest great rivalry

McIlroy's talent against Woods' experience: a classic showdown in store for the Masters showdown

RORY MCILROY: The Northern Irishman has invited Ant and Dec to join him at Augusta

McIlroy: an on-form Woods is the real No 1

Perhaps it says much about the ever-growing fame of Rory McIlroy that last year he brought three friends from home as his Masters guests – and this year he has invited Ant and Dec. When the Geordie presenters arrive at the Augusta National they will find their friend talking up the chances of Tiger Woods.

Rory McIlroy, the young pretender, and Tiger Woods, the past Master

James Lawton: Rory and Tiger may be able to create golf's latest great rivalry

You have to believe in your ability to win – not so easy against Tiger on the last day

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