Rory McIlroy with Claret Jug and snappers

“I’m Going To Wallgreens To Get A Razor” …. Rory McIlroy.

Triple Major winning Rory McIlroy arrived in Akron, Ohio for this week’s WGC – Bridgestone Invitational sporting a short-back-and-sides haircut. But McIlroy was also sporting a fair amount of stubble on his face. And when asked if he was following an increasing trend of growing a beard he responded saying:  “No. I just haven’t shaved.  I’m actually going down to Wallgreens this afternoon to buy some razors.” McIlroy arrived in the ‘Soap Box Derby’ ...
Rory McIlroy can get back to Number One in the world with victory this week in Akron. (Photo - Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ie)

Rory McIlroy Reveals He Almost Quit The Game … “Hormone Issues, Rebellious Teenager”.

Rory McIlroy has revealed he almost quit the game but put it down to being a just a ‘grumpy teenager’ and three days resuming the game that has seen him become a triple Major Champion. It was 2006 and McIlroy was in the back seat of the family car being driven back home after he had beaten Co. Louth’s Simon Ward in a play-off to capture the Mulligar Scratch Cup. McIlroy was just over a year away from turning professional but on his first day back to a tournament since winning at Royal Liverpool ...
Rory McIlroy - 'I would love to end my career with 12 Majors'.  (Photo - Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ie)

Rory McIloy ….”The Only Number I’m Worried About Is My Fourth Major”.

Three-time Major winning Rory McIlroy has returned to competition after his stunning two-stroke Open Championship triumph looking now to capture a maiden World Golf Championship title at this week’s WGC – Bridgestone Invitational here in Akron, Ohio. But while victory would send McIlroy back to World No. 1 for a first time since March 2013, he was asked if he had set any goal to try and match Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 Major Championship wins. “It’s not something I ...
Rory MCILROY during Tuesday's Practice Day of WGC Bridgestone Invitational 2014.

Triple Major Winner Rory McIlroy Photographs Claret Jug On Top Of Parents Loo.

Triple Major winning Rory McIlroy has returned to competition for this week’s WGC – Bridgestone Invitational revealing he photographed the famed Claret Jug sitting atop of the ‘loo’ in his parents Belfast residence. McIlroy made the revelation today ahead of teeing-up in Thursday’s commencing WGC – Bridgestone Invitational here in Akron, Ohio. Check out the video and McIlroy’s response to Bob Harig’s question. And while McIlroy spoke of his joy in ...
Triple Major winner Rory McIlroy sporting a short-back-and-sides haircut in his first event since his Open Championship victory.  (Photo - Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ie)

Europe Versus USA For Opening WGC – Bridgestone Invitational Two Rounds.

The draw for the opening two rounds of this week’s $US 9m WGC – Bridgestone Invitational is a real Europe versus USA match-up on the Firestone Country Club course. Of the 38 two-ball matches 17 feature a European-born player paired with an American. Three-time Major winner Rory McIlroy has been paired with American Matt Kuchar with Northern Irishman and the American teeing off on day one at 10.40am local time Thursday. Spain’s Sergio Garcia, who was joint runner-up behind McIlroy ...
England's David Lynn waiting to be re-'United' with his missing golf clubs.  (Photo - www.golbytourmiss.com)

David Lynn Waiting To Be Re-’United’ With His Missing Golf Clubs.

The airline nightmares continue. This time it is that curse of the professional golfer and that’s arriving to a tournament without his or her tools of trade. No sooner had we arrived here at the WGC – Bridgestone Invitational and I bumped into England’s David Lynn working on the practice putting green at the Firestone Country Club course. However the runner-up in the 2012 PGA Championship and reigning Portugal Masters winner was working with a borrowed putter. “No clubs!” ...
David Horsey ends three-year winless drought to capture M2M Russian Open.  (Photo - www.europeantour.com)

David Horsey Denies Damien McGrane To Capture Russian Open.

Callaway’s David Horsey ended a three-year victory drought to par the first extra play-off hole and capture the Russian Open in Moscow. Horsey, 29 fought back from a 12th hole double bogey to chip-in for an eagle ‘three’ at the 17th and then par the last in a round of 72 for a 13-under par total and tie Ireland’s Damien McGrane who let slip a first victory in six years when he bogeyed the last in a round of 66. McGrane then found a greenside bunker at the first extra hole for an eventual ...