Agence France-PresseApril 9, 2013 13:01
It's been a frustrating year to date for Luke Donald as the former world No. 1 has struggled with his usually superb short game, but he is hopeful he can turn that around at the Masters.
The 35-year-old Chicago-based Englishman is winless since the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth last May, a victory that returned him to the top of the world rankings.
And in his last outing in Malaysia, he endured a rare missed cut as his putter misfired once again.
It all runs in stark contrast to the two previous years, when Donald firmly established himself among the game's elite.