Caroline Wozniacki, Rory McIlroy Will Always Have Masters Par 3 Contest


A lot can change in a year.

Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki was spending the day at Augusta National roughly 365 days ago, caddying for her then-fiancé Rory McIlroy at the Masters Par 3 Contest. The lovebirds engaged in some major PDA throughout the competition, but there certainly won’t be a repeat performance in 2015.

McIlroy broke off the engagement a little over a month after the Masters, but neither seems to be particularly heartbroken a year removed from the high-profile breakup.

Wozniacki ditched the caddie’s white jumpsuit this year, and took her talents to the 2015 NCAA Tournament national championship game in Indianapolis instead. She sparked a crazy number of Internet rumors in the process, as she was spotted sitting next to Houston Texans defensive end and Wisconsin alum J.J. Watt. [tweet align=’center’]

McIlroy, meanwhile, has his sights set on securing his first Masters title. Before the 25-year-old gets his shot at the green jacket, though, he’ll participate in the 55th annual Par 3 contest. The fun event, which typically features family members or significant others caddying for the players, takes place Wednesday. ESPN will have you covered from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. ET, while will offer a live stream from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET.

Click here for pictures of Woz and Rory at the 2014 contest >>

Thumbnail photo via Michael Madrid/USA TODAY Sports Images

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