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Rory McIlroy Triple Bogey On Gap No. 10 At The Grasp – 10th Gap 4th Spherical – jj
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Rory McIlroy Triple Bogey On Gap No. 10 At The Grasp – 10th Gap 4th Spherical



Brought him from -11 to -8 and later to finish at -4. 80 for the day.

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  1. yes it is one of the hardest. yeah sure there other players under par, valid point, but rory was just on a different level last year at the u.s open, every thing was going in for him, the other hadn't got a chance. as for tiger, ha!!! tiger was a shadow of his former self. last year. so whether he was in the field or not, rory would have still won, rory was and is on another level right now. hasn't been out of the top 5 in the tournaments he's played in this year.

  2. @oggiemc83 There will be weeks when he doesn't have 8 shot leads and a stumbling field to make him feel more comfortable. I'm not trying to take anything away from what was a fabulous performance and a well-deserved win. But Rory hasn't yet won in a true white-knuckle ride finish with his heart bursting through his chest, though he's been involved in plenty of them. It is for those wins that most great golfers are remembered. I'm sure he will one day though. We'll have to see.

  3. @oggiemc83 It will be an issue still, he closes out 1/2 the time. He also had a ridiculous lead at US Open compared to The Masters. He knows he can close out by shooting level par (US Open) but cannot get it done when he has to play well (The Masters).

    He also has so many awful rounds tucked behind him. Like the 80 in the 2nd round of the 2010 British Open, the 80 in the final round of 2011 Masters. He just doesn't have the consistency to win on a regular basis imo. Maybe that will change.

  4. The guy is brilliant, but simply isn't a closer. That's the big difference between McIlory and Woods at 21. His only wins came after stumbling across the line in Dubai '09 after losing 5 shots in 4 holes to Justin Rose and while his 62 at Quail Hollow was indeed majestic, it came from the middle of the pack rather than being chased home under pressure. Yes, a win is a win. But surely I can't be the only one who thinks that for McIlory, a win should be a win much more often.

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