Countdown to Rory: Only 10 More Waiting Days Left

In the most anticipated return to American shores since the days of John, Paul, George, and Ringo, Rory McIlroy will return to action February 26 in the Jackie Gleason Nicklaus Erstwhile Inverrary Classic in Palm Beach Springs, Florida (82 miles north of Miami). Get your rest while you can because Rory will begin his stateside season by playing three tournaments in a four-week span.  The Erstwhile Inverrary will end Rory’s five-month break since last striking a ball in competition in America.

Young Mr McIlroy has already played twice in the Middle East this year, and quite successfully so, posting a second at Abu Dhabi and hoisting the victor’s trophy in Dubai. Immediately afterward, Rory traveled to Dublin, where he was able to settle a legal matter with his former management company just before it went to trial, giving the Irishman one less distraction.

The week immediately after his first American appearance of 2015, McIlroy will tee it up again, playing the WGC Cadillac Championship in Doral, Florida (just outside of Miami).  He will then take one week off before playing the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Bay Hill, Florida (just outside of Orlando).

Rory McIlroy, the best player in the game and generally acknowledged to be one of the top two players in golf history, is the betting favorite to challenge the majors record held by Jack Nicklaus (generally acknowledged as the Greatest Of All Time).

If McIlroy is satisfied with his game after the Arnold Palmer Invitational, his next start is expected to be three weeks later at a little get-together in Augusta, Georgia.

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6 Responses to Countdown to Rory: Only 10 More Waiting Days Left

  1. GoAwayLanny says:

    your a total fag. rory like girls so its too bad for you.

    • lannyh says:

      Ah, nothing like the “casual golf fans.” If you write about Woods, you are a “hater.” If you write about anybody else, you are a “fag.” I’m sooooooo going to miss them when “golf dies.”

  2. Ken says:

    Wow is that the perfect example of the Tiger Woods era “golf” fan. Now he’s back to reading Us magazine and catching up on the latest adventures of Lindsay and Justin and Brittney.

  3. Kris says:

    Why do you want Rory to be covered the same way Tiger is covered? It is damaging to a sport to focus on one “superstar” at the expense of everyone else. It is tiresome even to the fans of the superstar to watch no one but them and have a story written every time they sneeze. Personally, I believe Rory is getting the perfect amount of coverage. He gets attention when he’s playing well, but is pretty much ignored when he isn’t. That’s the way it should be, and if you disagree with me you’re a hypocrite.

    • lannyh says:

      I don’t follow. Don’t make stuff up and attribute it to me. For the record, if Rory is ten shots out of the lead on Sunday, I don’t want to see his every shot. Nor his slow-motion facial reactions. Nor ten replays of his every swing with ten announcers giving their opinion of the shot.

      I thought people might be interested in the upcoming schedule of the greatest golfer of his era. Not to mention: Rory is in his prime and has a legitimate chance to win the Grand Slam this year!

  4. Anonymous says:

    We don’t need to replace the Tiger dog and pony show with the Rory Dog and Pony show. Rory is great but I agree with Kris.

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