McIlroy Puts His ‘Masters Misery’ Behind Him, Looks Forward To Wells Fargo Classic
Rory McIlroy insists he is over his Masters misery ahead of Wells Fargo Classic: ‘It’s in the past. I’m just excited about the events I’ve got coming up’
- Rory McIlroy is preparing for his first appearance since his Masters collapse
- McIlroy admitted that he put himself under too much pressure at Augusta
- The former World No 1 has vowed to learn from the experience moving forward
- McIlroy insisted he is over his Masters heartache ahead of Wells Fargo Classic
In the seven days that followed his shocking final-round collapse at the Masters, Rory McIlroy binge-watched TV programmes, Billions among them, read books on how to achieve success, such as The Chimp Paradox, and found himself staring into the distance as he relived the shots that let him down.
It was then that his wife Erica decided to intervene. ‘It’s time we left the house and got back into our routine,’ she told him.
Another fortnight on, and McIlroy looked and sounded more like his usual cheery self as he contemplated his return to the fold at the Wells Fargo Classic in North Carolina on Thursday on a Quail Hollow course where he has won twice in the past.
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