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Topic - Rory McIlroy
Pablo Larrazabal couldn't believe what was coming his way. He was playing in the second round of the Malaysian Open on Friday when a swarm of hornets "three times the size of bees" began an assault.
Rory McIlroy’s improved weekend play was enough to earn him a top-10 showing in his sixth Masters.
On the course, it's all about going low. Outside the ropes, it's more about stacking high.
Rory McIlroy took off his cap, rubbed his brow and let out a deep sigh.
Patrick Reed’s confidence in winning a green jacket was matched by fans eagerly watching the former Augusta State University All-American’s Masters debut.
As McIlroy prepares for his sixth Masters Tournament, he goes in as the experienced one in his Thursday and Friday group. First-time Masters participants Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed are scheduled to tee off with him.
One after another, some of the world's best players and favorites to win the Masters trudged up the hill on the opening hole to start their practice rounds.
Rory McIlroy had one of the greatest recoveries in 2011 when he blew a four-shot lead in the final round of the Masters by shooting 80, and then bounced back two months later to set the scoring record in the U.S. Open in his first major win.
A look at 20 players expected to contend in the Masters on April 10-13 at Augusta National Golf Club. Listed in predicted order of finish:
This Masters is all about a green jacket, not a red shirt.
"I ran to the lake, threw my scorecard down, took off my shoes and jumped in the water," he said. "It was the scariest moment of my career, for sure. I've never been so scared."
McIlroy said he’s started to gain confidence playing Augusta National.