Rory McIlroy admits Spieth's Masters win inspired him "to have a little intensity, a little edge”
Rory McIlroy is a big fan of the Dan Patrick Show, a US sports radio show hosted by (correct) Dan Patrick. The world No 1 reversed the charges from London, where he made an appearance at Nike Town following his arrival from his record setting 11th PGA Tour win in the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow on Sunday.
Career low 61 catapults McIlroy into Quail Hollow lead - another response to his rivals
Ten years after blitzing Royal Portrush with a 61, Rory McIlroy shaved a stroke off his Quail Hollow course record he set en route to his maiden PGA Tour victory there in 2010 to storm in to a commanding lead in the Wells Fargo Championship.
Round-up: 70s for Rory and Padraig; Hoey best; Europro rain; Power up
PGA Tour — Rory McIlroy got caught by the sting in the tail they call the Green Mile in the Wells Fargo Championship but confessed he was pleased with his putting after seeking advice from Dave Stockton for the first time in over a year.
Who would you rather hit a six foot putt?
The ultimate litmus test of Pádraig Harrington's putting is the "who would you rather" question.
Who would you rather hit a six foot putt to win a tournament? In Harrington's case, the answer is always himself. But after admitting that last week's putting performance in The Players was woeful, he might have chosen someone else had he been asked on Saturday night.
Scheduling reality kicks in for Harrington — tough phone calls ahead
On Monday Pádraig Harrington was on such a high following his Honda Classic comeback win that he insisted he'd honour his commitments and take up four sponsors invitations in a row before playing in the Masters. Now he's not so sure.
Fed up with Top 10s, McIlroy primed for another Sawgrass tilt
Six Top-10s in eight starts would have most players doing cartwheels. But most players aren't Rory Mcllroy and while the Holywood native "celebrated" his 25th birthday with a closing 70 and a share of eighth place behind fairytale winner JB Holmes in the Wells Fargo Championship, he was in no mood to pop any champagne corks.