Colin Montgomerie, Fred Couples inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame

Fred Couples watches his tee shot on the fourth during the third round of the Masters on April 13, 2013
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Colin Montgomerie and Fred Couples are inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in a ceremony in Florida.

Colin Montgomerie and Fred Couples have been inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in Florida.

Montgomerie, who has never won a Major title, captained Europe to victory in the 2010 Ryder Cup and also clinched the European Tour Order of Merit a record seven times in a row.

American Couples was given the honour for his previous success in the 1992 Masters and for being the first US pro to be officially ranked as world number one.

Meanwhile, former European Tour executive director Ken Schofield, two-time British Open winner Willie Park Jnr and broadcaster Ken Venturi were also inducted at a ceremony in St Augustine.

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