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26 career wins in the first field

“I won my 26th title as a 35-year-old golfer here, which I first won at the age of 20. The people on the 18th hole green watched me grow.”

Rory McIlroy (35) of Northern Island has won his 26th career PGA Tour championship in Quail Holo, the land of promise. It was the place where he won his first PGA Tour championship in 2010, and where he lifted four trophies in total. “I’m looking for real estate in this area on Zillo,” he joked with a big smile.

McIlroy won the Wells Fargo Championship (total prize money of 20 million U.S. dollars) at the Quail Holo Club (par 71, 7,538 yards) in Charlotte, North Carolina on the 13th. He reduced his pars by six on the day alone, beating Xander Schauffley of the U.S., who had been in the lead until the previous day, by five pars, and winning 3.6 million dollars in prize money.

McIlroy had a bit of a frustrating time this season. He started the season in a good mood by winning the DP World Tour Hero Dubai Desert Classic in January, but he played in eight tournaments until mid-April, recording only one top-10 finish in the PGA Tour.

His rebound started at the Zurich Classic at the end of last month. McIlroy has never participated in this year’s championship, which is to be played as a pair of two players since his professional debut. However, he joined this year with his best friend Shane Lowry, 37, and secured his first win of this season with fantastic teamwork. “I found the key to my swing,” McIlroy said.

McIlroy shook off all of his sluggish performance in this year’s championship, which was his first appearance since winning the championship. He maintained his flying distance of 337 yards on average for four rounds, and hit 367 yards driving shots on four occasions. He displayed perfect shots from the teeing area to the green, ranking second in accuracy rate (68.06 percent), fourth in approach, and eighth in putting.

In the final round, he displayed the highlight of McIlroy’s play. Starting with an eagle at Hole 10 (par 5), he had an overwhelming victory by reducing the number of pars by six with two eagles and two birdies for six holes. At Hole 10 (par 5), he played 367 yards with a driver, and made a 10-meter eagle putt, and at Hole 15 (par 5), he put the ball he hit from a bunker next to the green into the hole to make a fantastic eagle.

After the game, his competitor Shopley even shook his head, saying, “You know, he’s McIlroy.”

Korean players did well with Ahn Byung-hoon and Lim Sung-jae in the top five.

Ahn Byung-hoon finished the game in third place (9 under par 275) by reducing five strokes a day, and Lim Sung-jae lost two strokes, but tied for fourth place, his best performance this season.메이저 토토사이트

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