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

Tiger Woods (L) was the victim of a racial joke made by Sergio Garcia (R)

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World No. One takes to Twitter to express his hurt after Garcia made the comment at an award ceremony on Tuesday

Venturi with the Presidents Cup in 2000, when he was the winning captain

Ken Venturi: Champion golfer and respected broadcaster

The golfer Ken Venturi, who died in hospital in Rancho Mirage, California on 10 May at the age of 82, was a former US Open champion who went on to become an admired broadcaster. He won 14 times on the PGA Tour and had ben inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame only 11 days ago.

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Sergio Garcia apologises for 'fried chicken' remark aimed towards Tiger Woods

Ryder Cup winner made 'silly remark' about world No. 1 at European Tour gala dinner

Rory McIlroy with his father, Gerry

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Tiger Woods teed off mired in a rules controversy after taking an incorrect drop on Friday

The Masters 2013: Rory McIlroy out early and aiming for next year

World No 2 finishes round before Woods tees off but beats his disastrous Saturday score by 10

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

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

Rory McIlroy addresses the media in Augusta

The Masters 2013: Rory McIlroy insists he's '100 per cent there' with new Nike equipment

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Rory McIlroy has bounced back to form in time for this week’s US Masters

The Masters 2013: Rory McIlroy and Martin Laird lead the British charge at Texas Open

World number two in contention for first title

12-year-old becomes youngest European Tour qualifier

Ye Wocheng claims place at Volvo China Open at Binhai Lake Golf Club

Tiger Woods dominated from start to finish in Miami

Another Green Jacket up for grabs? Six areas of improvement for Tiger Woods

Woods' win at Doral was his most significant since the 2009 scandal. Kevin Garside studies six facets of World No 2's new approach with the Masters just a month away

Keegan Bradley says he will take legal action if the belly putter is banned

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Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy are against the use of the club

Andy Murray buys £1.8m luxury hotel in Scotland

His brother Jamie married Colombian bride Alejandra Gutierrez at the venue in 2010

Rory McIlroy struggled with his new Nike equipment in Abu Dhabi

Shane Lowry faces Rory McIlroy in World Match Play

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