Rory McIlroy is closer to breaking his “curse”

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Rory McIlroy is closer to breaking his “curse”
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The Scottish Open is one of the most important and beautiful tournaments on the DP World Tour calendar and for yet another year this is clear. Rory McIlroy continues as the leader after signing 67 shots (197 total) and will share a match in the final round again with Tom Kim (198), who remains one shot behind the Northern Irishman after also hitting 67 at The Renaissance Club.

McIlroy missed nine putts of ten feet or less, with which he had a real chance of leaving everyone seen for sentencing.

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The battle has been joined by a Tommy Fleetwood who shot 63 (199 overall) and which grows the closer the Ryder gets.

Scottie Scheffler (200), the number 1 in the world, will be in the fight for another Sunday. It is a matter of time before the American adds another victory. Shane Lowry (200) also comes from behind as a shot. The bad news is that if McIlroy pulls out the win or a solo second-place finish he will knock Rahm out of the No.

2 world rankings. To win Rory will have to break his curse in Scotland. He has never won a tournament as a professional in this country. He was very close last year at St. Andrews but on the last day the best version of him didn’t ‘t come out; in the Dunhill Links Championship he has also come close to winning.

Well, actually, he did taste success in Scotland, at the Gleneagles Ryder Cup in 2014, but it wasn’t an individual calendar event. Regarding the Spaniards to the Spaniards, Adri Arnaus (205) occupies the 39th position and Jorge Campillo (206 ) is in the 52nd position. Rory uses an interlock grip for all of her shots.

He has worked from a young age with various professional golfers including Darren Clarke, Nick Faldo, and Graeme McDowell. The latter often does field trials with Rory on the tour. Rory was putt by Dave Stockton, a former PGA Tour player who works as a putt master.

He was initially taught by Englishman Andrew “Chubby” Chandler, a European Tour player who founded International Sports Management (ISM). McIlroy left ISM in 2011, joining Dublin-based Horizon Sports Management. Michael Bannon has been working with Rory since Oc tober 2012.

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