After A Winless Year And A Half, McIlroy Is Ready For The Masters
Reborn Rory McIlroy ready for the Masters after ending his 18-month winless run, as he relishes more action at the WGC-Match Play Championship
- Rory McIlroy rallied to victory at the Arnold Palmer Invitational event on Sunday
- The silverware marked the end of the Northern Irishman’s 18-month winless run
- He faces Peter Uihlein in the WGC-Match Play Championship on Wednesday
- The tournament offers golfers like Ian Poulter a real shot at lifting the title
Two glasses of wine and a dollop of ice cream was all Rory McIlroy could manage by way of celebration following his stirring victory in the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Sunday.
He started to watch the highlights but got as far as his chip-in on the 15th and fell asleep.
The real perk of ending his 18-month winless run, however, was written all over his face as he prepared to get back on the horse on Wednesday in a tricky game against Peter Uihlein in the WGC-Match Play Championship.
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