Trumped! A tale of Rory McIlroy, Donald Trump and a golf club

    Rory McIlroy struggled to make an impression during the final round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship and ended with a level-par 72.

    Story highlights

    • Rory McIlroy re-united with the 3-iron he threw into lake at Doral
    • Presented with the club by owner Donald Trump
    • Repeats mistake with same club on final hole of WGC-Cadillac Championship
    • Dustin Johnson wins tournament after six-month absence from PGA Tour

    (CNN)With a little bit of help from Donald Trump, Rory McIlroy was re-united with the golf club he famously threw into the lake at Doral -- but probably wished the golf-loving tycoon had not bothered.

    Never one to miss a media opportunity, Trump, the owner of the Blue Monster course in Florida, got a scuba diver to retrieve the 3-iron club which world No. 1 McIlroy had thought he had seen the last of during Friday's second round at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.
      The 68-year-old American entrepreneur presented it to McIlroy before his final round Sunday, telling him that it was unlucky to continue playing with 13 clubs as against the usual 14 allowed under golf's rules.
      "He's never one to miss an opportunity," McIlroy told the official PGA Tour website after his round. "It was fine. It was good fun."
      Not that opportunity knocked for McIlroy when he chose the 3-iron to play his third shot to the 18th and final hole of the tournament and promptly found the water again.
      The Northern Irishman feigned to repeat his ea