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Nice job by Rory to win this one. He sure has a great swing - most of the time - and he was putting great today. Be interesting to see if he can keep it up for Pebble Beach.

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A helluva round.

Really good to see GMac sink a putt on 18 to make it to Royal Portrush.

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Going to have to drive it straight at Pebble but his iron game today will come in handy next week. Next week gonna be fun.

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I think Rory, Koepka and Tiger would be a good bet next week.

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Fun fact: Rory holds the competitive course record at Royal Portrush with a 61, home of this years Open Championship in July. 

Great video to watch.

 

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As long as they play golf at Royal Portrush, it is unlikely anyone will go close to matching Rory McIlroy’s 61.

 

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Great win for Rory and a fabulous weekend - 15 under for Saurday and Sunday!

Rory's best is better than anyone else's best.

Hehas a great chance at Pebble and and even better chance in The Open.

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It's just a long time in between when he's truly "on".  Then he's a juggernaut.  Would be great to see this more often - it's a treat. 

Lot's of great players out there, but it's just a few that win by those kinds of margins when they play their best.

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That was quite a clinic that Rory put on.  Rory should win a few more majors and is a HOF golfer but to be compared to Tiger he has to be on more often.  He has the talent and another 10 years to do it.

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