For the last few weeks Sky Sport have been asking the public to pick their greatest sporting decision, here are the results:
If you are one of those people who believes it is only right and proper that the US PGA rulebook should trump all documents, including the US constitution, then you will be delighted by reports that Lee Westwood's recent tweetathon is likely to earn him an automatic fine of several thousand dollars.
If the adage about a door breaking down the longer you knock at it is true, Lee Westwood will end his major drought.
At some point English golf must turn its attention towards a new generation.
The snatches of blue that peeped through the early-morning clouds never did grow into the day of sunshine Lee Westwood had hoped would illuminate the capture of his first major.
Justin Rose had nine holes with Sir Nick Faldo on Wednesdaymorning, the ghost of Muirfield past and the bloke who is aiming to become the first Englishman to win an Open since Faldo in 1992.
Of all the ways to start the Masters, they do not come much worse than making a double bogey on the 1st hole.
Of all the things said of Rory McIlroy so far this year, and there have been plenty, the criticism that would sting the Northern Irishman the most relates to his supposed lack of mental fortitude.
It is to Lee Westwood's credit that there has been no bigger critic of his infamously ropey short game than the man himself.
Which five sports would Team GB expect medals from if they were included at the Olympiad?