Ian Poulter has retorted to some of his critics by posting a message to hit back on his Twitter account and publishing a photo of his trophy cabinet.
Poulter endured a torrid Masters at Augusta, shooting seven over par and missing the cut by three shots.
Back-to-back bogeys on the final two holes after amateurish lapses in concentration put him in the back foot with an opening 76, and a double bogey on the seventh of his second round put him out of the picture for good.
That meant an early exit for the Arsenal fan, who started the week with high hopes after finishing seventh in the event last year - and recording top-three finishes in three of last season's four Majors.
Michael Owen hit back at some abuse on the social network site by posting a picture of his trophy cabinet, accompanied by the message: "Oh, and just to remind the trolls with a short memory out there..."