Rory McIlroy shares reason for competing in Olympics Yardbarker
After working his way back into the top 10 in the Official World Golf Ranking, Rory McIlroy is again flirting with a decade-low mark. Back in early May, McIlroy slipped to No. 15 in the world, his worst standing since he was No. 17 in November 2009. Now, after a disappointing showing at The Open, McIlroy, who had clawed his way back as high as seventh in late May, is back to No. 15.
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Rory McIlroy questions whether there is much to look forward to for him at the Olympic Games after finishing on level par at The Open.
Q. Rory, thanks for joining us. Birdie at the last there. You must be happy with that finish. RORY McILROY: Yeah, really happy with that finish. Yeah, it was a tricky afternoon. The conditions got pretty rough there in the middle of the round. The wind got up and I made a few bogeys in a …
MIKE WOODCOCK: Good afternoon, everyone. We’re joined by the former Open Champion and four-time major champion Rory McIlroy this afternoon. Rory, great to see you. Thank you for coming in. Leaving aside 2019, you’ve had a remarkably consistent record in the last few years in the Open. How much do you hope to be able …
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