The money came from an unnamed "gambling client," whom ESPN is identifying as the popular PGA Tour veteran.
The three-time Masters champion had better hope that he fares better than Martha Stewart did.
World's No. 1 golfer has won five times, but has failed in three attempts so far.
Jim "Bones" Mackay was right by the golfer's side, as he always is.
Poulter tweets that No.18 "needs a windmill and a clown face."
Golfers, spectators took cover for other 3 1/2 hours.
Weather may be the big story of the day, with storms headed for Merion.
The former secretary of state is one of the first two women invited to join the club, site of this week's Masters.
Golfer has apologized -- again -- for complaining about his increased taxes.
Golfer found himself in the rough after promising "drastic changes" over his increased tax rate.