Rory McIlroy gives an update on his injury and reveals his plan for the future

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Rory McIlroy gives an update on his injury and reveals his plan for the future
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Rory McIlroy’s condition related to his back injury seems to be getting better. The Northern Irishman could be fully recovered in the next few days. Rory carded a one-over 71 to fall 11 strokes behind Viktor HovlandAlthough, as he himself emphasized, ‘his score didn’t reflect that he feels good’, he is still much better than a few days ago.“I’m okay.

I certainly feel better today than I felt the rest of the week. Still a little limited in what can do. I have to hit the driver pretty low out there, but I felt like I retained my posture a little bit better today, which was great.

My score didn’t reflect it, but yeah, feeling better, which is a good sign”. – he said, as quoted by

Rory McIlroy: Still quite a lot of golf to play

Although he is aware that he cannot achieve a good result, his biggest focus at the moment is recovery and preparation for the challenges that follow.

Rory McIlroy has already planned how things might look. Despite everything, McIlroy remains ambitious and eager for trophies. It seems as if nothing can stop him from walking towards success.“Yeah, still quite a lot of golf to play, so you know, get through tomorrow and hopefully finish off the tournament and the PGA Tour season with a good score.

And then I guess next week, we’ll just be focused on getting myself right, some treatment, probably a little bit of time in the gym, doing some sort of rehab exercises, and just making sure that I’m 10pc ready to go for Irish Open, then Wentworth and then obviously, we’ve got another week and then the Ryder Cup.

So not too concerned that it’s going give me any bother for the next few weeks.”The Northern Irishman is disappointed as the injury came when he thought he could do great things. However, his mentality is such that he does not plan to give up a single moment..
“I’m glad that it started to settle down.

It’s a shame that it happened this week and I haven’t really been able to get the best out of myself, but I’m pretty confident that I’m going to be in a good spot for the next few weeks”.

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