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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 146
“Everything is firing on all cylinders for me,” McIlroy said after looking as comfortable as a beanbag in securing the win at Quail Hollow a day later. He talks about his tournament almost as if it’s a mathematical equation, except that he knows the answer before he begins, and ‘x’ is the inevitable number of shots between him and the next guy at tournament’s end. “I knew that if I made six birdies there was pretty much no chance that anybody could catch me,” the 26-year-old said. “With my length and the way I’m driving it, it’s a big advantage around here and it showed this week.” The Northern Irishman self-assessed that “I don’t feel like my game has ever been in better shape”, which is nothing if not ominous. He’s already won six times worldwide in the past 12 months, and now he’s hinting that he’s only just hitting his stride. He even admitted that he wasn’t originally planning on playing the Wells Fargo, and tuned up with only one practice round on the Monday and a quick nine holes with some mates on the Tuesday. Imagine how many shots he might win by if he starts taking things seriously. Now that's a frightening thought. OTG “I KNEW THAT IF I MADE SIX BIRDIES THERE WAS PRETTY MUCH NO CHANCE THAT ANYBODY COULD CATCH ME.” AT TIMES, IT SEEMS LIKE IT'S JUST RORY OUT ON THE COURSE, SUCH CAN BE THE DOMINANCE OF HIS GAME.
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