McIlroy left to rue too many mistakes

“The conditions weren’t that difficult and I felt the course was there. It’s soft, there’s not much wind and I made five birdies, I just made too many mistakes," said McIlroy.

Unlucky McIlroy still in the hunt at Augusta

“Overall I felt like I played better than the score says but I think I did well considering what it could have been. I was patient and I felt like my attitude was pretty good," said McIlroy

McIlroy needs to practice what he preaches to win Masters

For those who’ve closely followed Rory McIlroy’s career, there’s a nine-letter word that’s increasingly crept into his vocabulary - 'narrative'. It’s a word that has its origins in the mid-15th Century but it has popped-up...

McIlroy & Lowry lining up at opposite ends of the starting grid

The pressure on both Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry couldn’t be more different this week and yet both are capable of wearing green come Sunday.

Too little too late for McIlroy after closing Masters 68

"My driving accuracy wasn't quite as good this week as it has been the last few weeks. And that was probably the main reason why I didn't contend this week," said McIlroy

Molinari leads but has Woods and Finau for company in the final group

Tony Finau took up golf because of Tiger Woods' Masters win in '97 and now he's in the final group with him on Masters Sunday! Dreams do come true. ?

The Masters – Betting tips for the first Major of the year

Legend has it, Donal ‘Doc’ Hughes from GolfCentralDaily was a Bloodhound in another life. Who better then to sniff out a winner amidst the azaleas and pines needles of Augusta National than the man himself?

McIlroy’s challenge fizzles out in the Augusta sunshine

“On a different day it could be a different result. It’s just been one of those weeks where I’ve not gotten the momentum that I need," said McIlroy.

Woods on the prowl as five Major winners lead at the Masters

At the top of proceedings there’s a five-way tie for the halfway lead, the most in Masters history

Magnificent Masters at Augusta never fails to thrill

Masters Week. Gates open at Augusta National shortly after 7am local time tomorrow and thousands will already have been queuing patiently for hours beforehand, waiting for the start of a great sporting occasion.
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