Rory McIlroy has revealed that he doesn't know who he would represent at the 2016 Olympics when golf returns to the Games.
As a Northern Irish citizen, McIlroy could opt to play for Ireland or Great Britain and Northern Ireland if he makes it to Brazil.
Although two years ago the 22-year-old said that he would choose Team GB, he is now unsure after representing Ireland throughout his amateur years.
"I still don't know," he said. "Basically, if I am going to be very honest, which I usually am, whatever I say is going to upset someone.
"So I may as well just say I don't know and wait until four or five years' time whenever I have to make a decision," the world number four added.
If he is in the world's top 15 at the cut-off point, McIlroy will be guaranteed a place in the 60-strong field.