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Topic - Rory Mcilory
The real star of this U.S. Open won't swing a golf club even once this week. Most fans couldn't pick him out of a lineup. No matter how aggravating The Olympic Club plays, he barely has enough hair left to pull any out.
It's funny what questions some people will and won't answer.
It's rare anytime a round of 74 makes a pro golfer smile.
Rory McIlory, of Northern Ireland, acknowledges the crowd on the18th fairway before he went on to finish -2 for the day and -16 for the tournament to win the U.S. Open championship at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md., Sunday, June 19, 2011.
Rory McIlory, of Northern Ireland, acknowledges the gallery after nearly making birdie on the 18th green before finishing -2 for the day and -16 for the tournament to win the U.S. Open championship at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md., Sunday, June 19, 2011.