Miguel Angel Jimenez and Hong Kong trophy/ AP Photo/Kin Cheung Miguel Angel Jimenez has broken his right shinbone, while Skiing, and will be out of golf for up to five months of the 2013 season, recuperating from the injury. Miguel took it all in his stride, saying; "I was skiing in Sierra Nevada, I lost control and fell. I felt a huge stab of pain and I knew straight away I had broken something. I broke the top of the tibia in my right leg, just where it meets the knee, and they put in two pins. It will take three, four or five months to recover and be able to return to competition. I was playing very well but, these things happen in life." A casual statement, but I guess it's one you would expect from a millionaire, if you or me were out of work for five months it would be pretty disastrous. Amazing how many of these golfers get serious injuries, putting their golfing futures in danger, while doing some quaint pastime hobby. Miguel was a vice captain on Europe's Ryder Cup-winning team in September, and In November, the 48-year-old Spaniard became the oldest European Tour winner by capturing his third Hong Kong Open title. Rory McIlroy, the Worlds number one ranked golfer, has denied reports he is engaged to tennis player Caroline Wozniacki. Rory's representative released a statement on Friday saying various media reports of the couple's engagement weren't true. "On behalf of Rory McIlroy, I would like to confirm that he has NOT become engaged to Caroline Wozniacki as was originally reported in Australian press. Rory is in Australia to support Caroline before he heads in January to Abu Dhabi." In Happier times, Caroline and Rory / Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images Of course if Caroline thinks that they were engaged and Rory has now slapped her down in public, I guess this is the end of that little fairy story. After that terse rebuff, what girl in her right mind would now accept the proposal of such a man. Who knows this could be the last picture of the Happy Couple.