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Rory McIlroy calls the PGA Tour “the best tour in the world” after winning the Canadian Open, saying the victory puts him fully on track for the US Open

Rory McIlroy calls the PGA Tour “the best tour in the world” after winning the Canadian Open, saying the victory puts him fully on track for the US Open

Rory McIlroy is confident of heading to the US Open in Brooklyn after winning the Canadian Open and was a huge favorite, he says Sky SportsRob Lee …

Rory does what Rory does. He is currently the most watched player in the world.

When Tiger Woods regularly slipped out of the public eye, Rory chose the mantle and became the box office hit.

You can not just keep your eyes off him. It’s a rollercoaster ride every time you go romantically with Rory McIlroy to an event, and boy, oh boy, you deliver.

PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan congratulated Rory McIlroy on defending his RBC Canadian Open title

PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan congratulated Rory McIlroy on defending his RBC Canadian Open title

Incredible yesterday. Crowd scenes in Canada. It was like being in Ireland with sunshine. It was breathtaking.

Rory was incredible and did not have everything in his own way, he had to fly in the last two slots with two wickets. But 62 he plays with Tony Fino and GT [Justin Thomas]Both hit 64 in the final round, it was top class golf.

Rory McIlroy will surely be blown away completely this week, confidently entering the U.S. Open.

McIlroy’s “Enormous” Wedge Show | “There is absolutely no doubt that he will return to World No. 1.”

Most golfers would have criticized Rory until yesterday for his mediocre wedge. But yesterday his tummy tuck was just a phenomenon, it really was.

He obviously works a lot on it, he did not show us much of an improvement, but yesterday everything came together and it was his wedge play that won for him.

Best parts of the final round for Rory McIlroy when he won the RBC Canadian Open at St George's.

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Best parts of the final round for Rory McIlroy when he won the RBC Canadian Open at St George’s.

Best parts of the final round for Rory McIlroy when he won the RBC Canadian Open at St George’s.

Now I’ll put it together with some row we saw this week, and it’s going to be a Brookline runner and rider.

Rory is a creature riding a wave. As a surfer, when he is at the helm of that wave, it is very difficult to change, and throughout his career he has had the same thing: He has high self-confidence.

And then, when he sticks his stuff, I have no doubt that Rory will return to number one in the world.

This is what he constantly did. He abandons it, gets a little lost, but said to himself after Covid, he has rededicated himself, trained hard again and after what we saw yesterday, he should be very optimistic about going to the US Open.

This year's third submission is approaching as European stars will try to continue their latest success.  Watch the June US Open live on Sky Sports Golf!

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This year’s third submission is approaching as European stars will try to continue their latest success. Watch the June US Open live on Sky Sports Golf!

This year’s third submission is approaching as European stars will try to continue their latest success. Watch the June US Open live on Sky Sports Golf!

Jon Ram had a week off last week, and you probably thought he always had a chance.

Scotty Scheffler flies perfectly, Justin Thomas played very well and Rory just missed.

Sam Burns is another exceptional player that I think could reach number one in the world at some point.

There are a lot of top-level players out there, and many of them are going into this week’s US Open in Boston – which will be loud and noisy – in the belief that they can win.

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan admits it was a difficult week for the tour, but insists he does not allow those who decide to play on the LIV tour a 'free ride' to the 'right' real competition 'offered by the PGA.

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Jay Monahan, commissioner of the PGA Tour, admits it was a difficult week for the tour, but insists that he does not give those who decide to play on the LIV tour a “free ride” to the “right rights” competition “offered by the PGA will not allow.

Jay Monahan, commissioner of the PGA Tour, admits it was a difficult week for the tour, but insists that he does not give those who decide to play on the LIV tour a “free ride” to the “right rights” competition “offered by the PGA will not allow.

“The Saudi Gulf Leaf Grabs the Ground” | “The only reason players leave is money.”

The Saudis are talking about land grabs. This is what they do. They are not trying to work with the Tours, they are trying to get a 14/15 championship season, and what they want is the best 48 players in the world.

Which is clear to those who are far removed from the DP World Tour and the PGA Tour.

I think the players who want to go there, and I do not care what you hear – whether they want this wonderful new formula, the development of the game, or the nutrition of their family – the only reason they go there, is for the money.

Rory McIlroy apparently looked to Greg Norman, CEO of LIV Golf, after overtaking Australians on the PGA Tour to win his 21st title at the Canadian Open

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Rory McIlroy apparently looked to Greg Norman, CEO of LIV Golf, after overtaking Australians on the PGA Tour to win his 21st title at the Canadian Open

Rory McIlroy apparently looked to Greg Norman, CEO of LIV Golf, after overtaking Australians on the PGA Tour to win his 21st title at the Canadian Open

And they just have to say it. That’s why they all went.

If this is what you want to do, make your bed. You go there and do not come back.

The problem is that a lot of guys who were at LIV say, ‘Look what they’re doing, they’re not letting us go back and play. Jay Monahan [PGA Tour Commissioner] This is 100 percent correct.

Norman: The evolution of golf has arrived

“All I can say is that the evolution of golf has arrived and LIV is alive,” said LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman after the series opened at Centurion. For 27 years there were so many obstacles in our path, so many dreams tried to be crushed but they could not crush us and golf has always been the power for the good of all.

“The fans wanted it and we wanted it for you, we wanted it for the players, the families of the players and the bags. We endured a lot on the tour and it’s all over the world, we heard it from the fans and the fans wanted the golf team.

“To see how the players have reacted over the past three days, to see the performance on the golf course and all the excitement, it’s a new energy in golf.

“We have a great future ahead and this is just the beginning, believe me. We will be sending golf as we go to Portland, where we are going around the world to show that golf can be a force for good. “

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