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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 140 - The Masters
days of tournament golf. First he missed the cut at the Honda Classic, then tied for ninth at the WGC-Cadillac Championship before grabbing 11th at his last hit out, the Arnold Palmer Invitational. After Arnie’s he took a planned break from tournament play until Augusta would roll round. And now we’re here. McIlroy’s performance at Bay Hill has him cautiously optimistic, but the fact remains he won’t have played a shot in anger since that event until he fronts up at the first tee tomorrow. “I feel like I got what I wanted out of the week: four competitive rounds,” McIlroy said at Bay Hill. “I saw some progress on some of the things I was working on last week. Still need to work on some things ahead of Augusta.” “It would have been nice to get into contention and feel what it was like have a chance to win but I am happy with my progress and have another couple of weeks to work on some things and hopefully go to Augusta ready.” Truth be told, McIlroy never quite seems to know exactly what his game needs as he approaches the world’s biggest golf tournament. His search for the perfect lead-in has yielded a different battle plan each and every year of his PGA Tour career. Last year he played four tournaments prior to the Masters, including the Shell Houston Open the week before, where he finished tied for seventh before taking a share of eighth at the Masters. In 2013 he played the Shell Houston Open back-to-back with the Valero Texas Open. He finished tied for 25th at Augusta, which trumped his 2012 performance, when he wound up tied for 40th after a four-tournament build-up that finished with the WGC-Cadillac Championship a month before the big one. In 2011 he took on a lighter load of three From the name that’s always delivered distance through speed, comes the first fairway woods we’ve ever made with driver-like launch conditons. The name says it all. TaylorMadeGolf.com.au © 2015 Taylor Made Golf Company, Inc. #1 Fairway in Golf claim based on combined 2014 wins and usage on the PGA, European,Japan Golf, Web.com, Champions and LPGA Tours, as reported by the Darrell Survey Co. and Sports Marketing Surveys, Inc.
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OTG Express 141 - Masters Wrap