Rory McIlroy makes a return to the league

Rory McIlroy makes a return to the league

The PGA Tour has wrapped up its busiest season with a renowned winner. Rory McIlroy broke the tie with Tiger Woods to become the first golfer to add three FedEx Cups, the overall ranking of the major world circuit. A gold brooch that is cheered from the headquarters of Ponte Vedra, which has yet to witness further scares of leaks to LIV, the circuit that supports Arabia.(View the results)

For notes, Something transcendental in a sport that awards $18 million to the winner of this final, The Tour Championship, which ended in Atlanta, had a fabulous outcome with a return of anthology. Scottie Scheffler, who in the morning, with the holes not yet played, had opened a gap of six strokes, collapsed and the Northern Irishman playing next to him took advantage.

In seven holes, the forces had equalized. At the start of the Texan, three bogeys, was joined by the success of Rory, who had started with a bogey, but hit four birdies almost in a row. There a new tournament began with Korea’s Sungjae Im trying to get closer until a double bogey on the 14th hole left him with almost no options.

Scheffler, a birdie all day long, He distanced himself again following an error by McIlroy in that same 14, but he barely caught his breath because in the next, a par 3, the champion answered with a 10-yard putt that leveled the forces. . Severely short of resources on the decisive Sunday, the last Augusta Masters champion missed a two-yard putt on the 16th (bogey) and mishandled the last two holes.

McIlroy was par on the last hole (par 5) to add another more global trophy to those of 2016 and 2019 and add the title 22 on the American circuit, just two behind the now unsubdued Dustin Johnson. And that his debut in Atlanta had been devastating on Thursday with a triple bogey and a bogey in the first two holes. He was the meritorious winner of a course in which he won three titles, as well as the CJ Cup and the Open canadian. He is already number 2 in the world.

Rahm, fifteenth

Jon Rahm, meanwhile, I finished fifteenth. I repeated the day three card (71 shots) alternating hits (four birdies) and fouls (five bogeys) with overall play well below the fame that surrounds it. He will take a week off before facing the BMW PGA, the start of the European session, which will then take him to the Spanish Open in Madrid.



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