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Soon after, Watson hits his tee shot at the par-3 17th into the gallery behind the green.
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“I feel a lot of love from the crowd,” Donald said, “and just a lot of relief that that game is over.”
McIlroy continues to make practice look overrated _ even moreso when your opponent does your work for you.
Bradley has been the emotional engine for the Americans and reaching into his motivational bag of tricks, he takes a big risk by trying to drive the reachable par-4 15th green. He winds up just in front of a grandstand and makes a nice recovery shot to set up a par. McIlroy takes the safe route. He lays up with his drive, knocks his approach within a few feet and slides in an easy birdie to go 2-up.
After he finishes off Bradley two holes later, an interviewer asks, “Extra special to take out what is their talisman really?”
“When I got the matchup,” concedes McIlroy, who isn’t ranked No. 1 in the world for nothing, “I liked it.”
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