Rory McIlroys 8‑unter-62 und 21. Sieg | Runde 4 | RBC Kanadisch | 2022

Rory McIlroys 8 unter 62 und 21. Sieg Runde 4 RBC Kanadisch 2022 2022

In der letz­ten Run­de der RBC Cana­di­an Open 2022 schoss Rory McIl­roy eine 8-unter-62, um auf 19-unter-Par zu kom­men und sei­nen 21. PGA TOUR-Titel mit zwei Schlä­gen zu gewin­nen. ABONNIEREN Sie jetzt die PGA TOUR: http://​pgat​.us/​v​B​x​c​ZSh Rory McIl­roy wird die­ses Wochen­en­de ver­su­chen, sei­nen Titel zu ver­tei­di­gen, wenn die PGA TOUR für die RBC Cana­di­an Open in den St. George’s Golf and Coun­try Club zurück­kehrt. Der Platz war zuletzt 2010 Aus­tra­gungs­ort des Tur­niers, als Carl Pet­ters­son sieg­reich war. Vor drei Jah­ren schlug der Nord­ire McIl­roy den Stre­cken­re­kord und sicher­te sich den Sieg mit sie­ben Schlä­gen Vor­sprung auf den zwei­ten Platz. Scot­tie Scheff­ler, die Num­mer 1 der Welt, wird in die­sem Jahr auf einen fünf­ten Sieg hof­fen, nach­dem er letz­tes Wochen­en­de in einem ange­spann­ten Play­off mit Sam Burns bei der Charles Schwab Chal­len­ge einen wei­te­ren ers­ten Platz knapp ver­passt hat­te. Ande­re bemer­kens­wer­te Spie­ler, die am Tee teil­neh­men, sind der Gewin­ner der PGA Cham­pions­hip 2022, Jus­tin Tho­mas, der Gewin­ner der THE PLAYERS Cham­pions­hip, Came­ron Smith, sowie Tony Fin­au, Jus­tin Rose und Tyrell Hat­ton. Besu­chen Sie https://​www​.pga​tour​.com für eine voll­stän­di­ge Bericht­erstat­tung zusam­men mit den neu­es­ten Nach­rich­ten, Wer­tun­gen und Sta­tis­ti­ken! Fol­gen Sie PGA TOUR online: Insta­gram: https://​insta​gram​.com/​p​g​a​t​o​ur/ Face­book: https://​www​.face​book​.com/​P​G​A​T​our Twit­ter: https://​twit​ter​.com/​P​G​A​T​OUR Tik­Tok: https://​tik​tok​.com /@pgatour Sound­Cloud: https://​sound​cloud​.com/​p​g​a​t​our Mel­den Sie sich für exklu­si­ve Bericht­erstat­tung an – http://​www​.pga​tour​li​ve​.com PGA TOUR Supers­to­re – http://​www​.pga​tour​su​pers​to​re​.com/

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    1. Their team thing is a despe­ra­te attempt to inject some form of com­pe­ti­ti­on into the LIV tour­na­ment. Didn’t work for me, just exhi­bi­ti­on play real­ly. Wha­te­ver the faults of PGA and DP World tours, at least it feels like the play­ers are actual­ly competing.

    2. @Nelson Cape total­ly agree, PGA isn’t per­fect but it feels pro­fes­sio­nal and it feels like it actual­ly means some­thing to win. LIV is defi­ni­te­ly just exhi­bi­ti­on golf from a bunch of guys who alrea­dy got paid.

    3. @G nope, if you look at anything that tri­es to reinvent a tra­di­tio­nal and his­to­ric sport they always flop. Look at For­mu­la E

  1. When Rors is at his best… His tee to green is on a dif­fe­rent level ⛳💯

    The­re is still a world no 1 insi­de of him… somewhere

    1. I think he’s the true num­ber one, he’s been con­sist­ent­ly in the top ten for over a deca­de, not many haven’t lost form at some point, don’t think he’s ever drop­ped out of the top twenty

    2. @Billy Mills he lost his form when he hit the gym years ago. He was a skin­ny free swin­ging machi­ne befo­re bul­king up. Plays well enough in nor­mal events but always seems to be cha­sing the pack when it real­ly matters.

    3. @craigratio not sure I agree.

      Are you expec­ting major wins each year then that’s not gon­na happen…who’s won majors every year? He will win more, perhaps not this year but cer­tain­ly going forward

    4. @craigratio he was out of shape when he star­ted hit­ting the gym

      Play­ed with him loads as juni­ors, inclu­ding Bri­tish boys, he hit the gym much ear­lier than you think …more like 2012

  2. McIl­roy play­ed a gre­at game but a spe­cial note of thanks has to go golf club that hos­ted the RBC Cana­di­an Open becau­se that cour­se was in phe­no­me­nal shape.

    1. I’ve play­ed at St George’s mul­ti­ple times, it is a fair­ly exclu­si­ve pri­va­te club but I have several friends that are mem­bers, I play­ed in 2010 just a few weeks befo­re they hos­ted the Cana­di­an open and we play­ed from the tips and I thought over­all I play­ed very well to get an 83 at a 5 han­di­cap. It is not an easy cour­se by any stretch, in fact it is one of the most dif­fi­cult I have play­ed, it is far har­der than glen abbey (default cana­di­an open cour­se) and we were spe­cu­la­ting that the low round that year would be 64 or so and then carl peter­son mis­sed a putt for 59. The­se guys are on ano­t­her level. I remem­ber many mem­bers were say­ing they didnt think any pros could reach num­ber 15 in 2 becau­se it has a small green that is hard to hold and it is a 570 yard uphill hole that plays more like 640 or so. This year mul­ti­ple guys made it 2. It is pret­ty unre­al how good the­se pga tour pros are and they get bet­ter every year.

  3. Rory took a jab at Greg Nor­man in the inter­view right after the win by say­ing “Got my 21st win, one more than someo­ne else”.

    1. @marcusdolby1 Yeah but Roy never tur­ned his back on the peop­le who hel­ped make him. That’s what cowards and punks do like norm. He will get his. I bet­ter not see him in public I will let him know I feel.

    2. @marcusdolby1 Nor­man has won a lot more tour­na­ments but many of them were on les­ser tours plus you’­re also coun­ting some Skins Games and Fred Mey­ers Chal­len­ges, stuff like that. Plus if McIlroy’s con­ten­ti­on is that the PGA Tour is far and away the top tour in the world and is whe­re the best play­ers are (which it is) then it’s fair to look at PGA Tour only. FWIW, as far as I can tell Nor­man had 332 starts on the PGA Tour while McIl­roy has had 213, which start to look a litt­le bet­ter for ol’ Rory.

  4. Rory would­n’t even men­ti­on Greg Nor­man by name when they said he pas­sed him with his 21st PGA win. He said someo­ne else!

  5. talk about some give me pin pla­ce­ments for the final round. I mean how many peop­le were flag hun­ting all day with 37 rounds in the 60’s on the final day…yeah I’d say they were giving bir­dies away with tho­se pins. I mean Jus­tin Rose shoots 60 with 3 bogies…unheard of. My guess is they’­re manu­fac­tu­ring low rounds to boost inte­rest now that they have com­pe­ti­ti­on for play­ers and viewers.

    1. lol if you’ve wat­ched any of the LIV it’s atro­cious, and to be honest I was hoping it’d be good. I’m a hue golf fan and I think com­pe­ti­ti­on is always gre­at, but man, that LIV tour­ney was boring, hor­ri­b­ly pro­du­ced, and feels real­ly cheesy.

    2. @Jim I’ll agree it was­n’t earth shat­te­ring but when is golf coverage “gre­at”? Ryder Cup aside…having Jim Nantz yell in my ear when someo­ne sinks a 10ft putt or hits it to 5ft isn’t exact­ly gre­at TV either.

    1. And then after he wins the US Open, he says, “I’m hap­py to be part of the LIV family”
      That would be total­ly in cha­rac­ter too

    1. @Jens Slet­vold on a extre­me­ly tight hard cour­se, that’s not set up to go low like most PGA tour set ups, the cour­se is a par 73 set up as a par 70, they were hit­ting woods, long irons for their second shots into a par 4

    2. @Brandon Johns­ton it’s only the first tour­na­ment, it’ll grow and get bet­ter and bet­ter over time just like the PGA did over decades

  6. So Rory doesn’t care about LIV but brings it up any chan­ce he gets 😂😂😂😂 what an abso­lu­te clown. Says best com­pe­ti­ti­on like 10 guys in the top 20 are ran­ked hig­her than 150th in the worrl

  7. That’s Rory ! That’s you my favo­ri­te play­er the num­ber 1 !! My razón why I’ll start play golf , I’ll would like to shake hands and take of pic­tures with you that’s my Dream!!

  8. Rory like JT is all class, but cer­tain­ly knows how to deli­ver a thin­ly vei­led barb or 2. Hope he goes on to win more majors

    1. Check out Hen­rik Stenson’s final round at The Open in 2016. Bet­ween he and Phil Mickel­son, that’s pos­si­b­ly the best golf I’ve seen.

  9. Rory’s swing loo­ks way bet­ter. His swing is get­ting more con­trol­led like just Tho­mas. I’m exci­ted to see what’s to come!

    1. I was just about to say that exact same thing. It seems like he’s slo­wed down his downswing a bit and sped up his fol­low through. Loo­ks but­te­ry smooth.

  10. Always lik­ed Rory but my admi­ra­ti­on for him has gone way up over the past cou­p­le mon­ths. A gre­at gol­fer, and more import­ant­ly a class act.

    1. He,s a sheep. A fol­lower. A yes man. He,s the sort of man that likes mono­po­liz­a­ti­on. My opi­ni­on of him has gone WAY down. Like his ryder cup comments. The blo­ke doesn,t think befo­re speaking.

    1. Are you kid­ding? The amount of shots that hit the pin or rol­led just past off iron shots that were shown real time was unmatched.

    2. @Blake Thorns­b­rough only 8 guys on LIV shot under par. The coverage was excel­lent, I’ll give them that. But the cali­ber of golf and skill on dis­play sim­ply can­not match the cur­rent pga tour. Watching LIV is like the “who’s who” of “who’s that?”

    3. @Gear Guru com­ple­te­ly dif­fe­rent cour­se on a com­ple­te­ly dif­fe­rent con­ti­nent. The­re was­n’t 2 foot tall hay grass on the RBC cour­se to con­t­end with. I have enjoy­ed watching golf for years but the LIV for­mat is more enjoya­ble and enter­tai­ning than watching a cou­p­le of gol­fers with a few cut aways. All of the coverage is over in 18 holes.

    4. @UC8x8qW37y2K3foExt9l3uEg any of the LIV play­ers would have shot 10 under? Two guys shot over plus 20 in 3 rounds. I agreed that the coverage and watching expe­ri­ence was excel­lent, some­thing the PGA should defi­ni­te­ly look at. But to me, I watch golf to see excep­tio­nal talent and pro­wess on dis­play. Other­wi­se, I can get a first­hand expe­ri­ence at the local public cour­se with guys shoo­ting 20 over. To each his own though

  11. Awe­so­me vic­to­ry for Rory! I’ve beco­me an even big­ger fan sin­ce he is not sup­por­ting the LIV tour. His com­ment at the press con­fe­rence was awe­so­me… “One More Than Nor­man!” That was clas­sic… Cool, clas­sic, and I loved it…

    1. Yes, lets shame the gol­fers that joi­ned Liv even though no one shames the golf cour­ses in Ame­ri­can that Liv is having their tour­na­ments at and lets not for­get how Ame­ri­ca is friends with Sau­di Ara­bia, yet no one is tal­king smack about us con­cer­ning Sau­di ARa­bia. But the Gol­fers. F them. PGA isn’t a mono­po­ly at all. Poor PGA

    1. Goog­le is a magi­cal tool… Greg Nor­man has won 20 PGA tour­na­ments and Rory now has 21. He wasn’t tal­king about over­all pro­fes­sio­nal tour­na­ments. Thanks though bud.

  12. Used to have gre­at respect for Rory. Unfor­tu­n­a­te­ly made a smart arse com­ment about our Mr Norman.Respect out the win­dow now.

  13. When Rory’s hot he’s hot! I’m so disap­poin­ted that DeCh­am­beau went to LIV gold… anyo­ne else disap­poin­ted in the­se play­ers who left?

  14. This is golf at it’s finest! Watch 40 guys week after week com­pe­te for Sau­di money if you want to but this is the PGA. No comparisons.

  15. Pre­dic­tion: Rory joins the LIV Tour next year and says he’s exci­ted to grow the game with this new for­mat. And no it has not­hing to do with the $200 mil­li­on they gave him to jump ship.

  16. His weak­nes­ses are short putts and his wedge game. His wedge game was spec­ta­cu­lar today, mis­sed 2 short putts but holed qui­te a few too. As well as he dri­ves it, if he keeps that wedge game going like he did today, look out. He’ll have enough loo­ks that he can afford a few short misses.

  17. Gre­at golf was play­ed by a lot of guys this wee­kend Rory was just the bet­ter gol­fer this wee­kend. Gre­at Cana­di­an Open !!

  18. This was ama­zing golf coverage… so proud to be sup­por­ting PGA at this time and fore­ver. Tho­se play­ers that left for liv golf are despicable.

  19. Rory has the right atti­tu­de The PGA and col­le­ge golf are offi­cial­ly at war .and under hea­vy attack by Nor­man and Phil. Bes­i­des Rory and JT and a few others, many more need to step to the pla­te –Defend what’ is yours..

  20. Wow.. I was­n’t able to watch today, but after yesterday’s round, I knew he was finis­hing solo 3+ or tied 3+. Ever­ything was eit­her per­fect irons to wit­hin 3 feet, or an outra­ge­ous putt that average gol­fers would brag about for a year lol. Insa­ne focus and gre­at sportsmanship

  21. One week to soon, should of tool yhe week off, bet­ter yet, went to Lon­don and made some real money. I rather watch the LPGA.

  22. So won­der­ful. He’s the best when he’s on it. Gre­at stuff. I hope he con­ti­nues in this vein. This reminds me of his iron play from 2010/11.

  23. I love the­se tour­na­ments whe­re they all shoot low 60’s super fun to watch! it’s so dumb i can’t even resist to com­p­lain about it. Golf was famous­ly to defi­ne the best play­ers in the world, not make it so easy that any average guy can shoot 60. loo­king for­ward to the us open, but serious­ly i’m watching liv over the average tour event 100% of the time. I“m done inves­ting my time in the­se tur­key shoots. it’s just short iron to 10 ft, putt, com­mer­cial repeat for 6 hours.

  24. I star­ted watching golf in 2011. The 2nd major was Rory’s 8 shot win at the US Open. That week he hit so many wed­ges that sett­led to 3 feet. I remem­ber thin­king that dude is unstopp­a­ble. Then, the next 11 years I never saw his wed­ges look like that again – or even Tour average. We all know the sto­ry. Then today hap­pen­ed and he must have gai­ned 4 shots on the field JUST on SG:approach. Glo­rious. If he found this 2011 wedge game then bye bye field. Look how well JT play­ed today and the­re was not­hing he could do.

  25. Loo­king at the scores as the video plays and it loo­ked like JT was ligh­t­ing it up too. Gre­at tour­na­ment but im not liking the RAW vs Nitro vibe in golf right now. The­res room for 2 gre­at brands of golf at this point and the who­le situa­ti­on is get­ting a litt­le pet­ty on both ends.

  26. Vin­ta­ge stuff Rory an abso­lu­te fan­tastic dis­play of skill and “bot­t­le”.….. and the timing of such a per­for­mance was superb while the LIV part timing boun­ty hun­ters were sit­ting loo­king into their “gre­a­sy tills” you JT, TF were ser­ving up serious­ly exci­ting golf. Good on you lads keep up the good work.

  27. I don’t care.
    If the PGA choo­ses to play hard­ball with play­ers who simp­le want opti­ons. Then I too have opti­ons and will not watch the PGA.

  28. Rory in full flight, gre­at win, gre­at defence but ulti­mate­ly gre­at to see him play 4 good rounds consecutively.
    Also, how good was Jus­tin Rose’s final round shoo­ting 60?

  29. What’s tru­ly insa­ne is that Jus­tin Rose was 3 very clo­se bogeys away from shoo­ting a 57. 🔥🔥🔥

    Gre­at round by Rory.

  30. Rory McIl­roy is a bad man! His ball pla­ce­ment is imma­cu­la­te. You can’t make up this level of pure talent and feel for the game! Congrats on a well ear­ned vic­to­ry! Num­ber 21 is gon­na be one to remem­ber for Rory McIlroy!

  31. The dri­ve on 10!. 326 yrds carry😳.…thats my distance off the tee, when my shank rico­che­ts off a tree, boun­ces off a path then rolls about 100yrds down ano­t­her path! 😭

  32. Rory is just my all­time favo­ri­te gol­fer. Tiger may be the GOAT, but somehow I like Rory’s play and cha­rak­ter. I am so plea­sed that he is back and in fire. Go Rory, you’­ve got the US and Bri­tish Opens com­ing for you.

  33. I just got espn plus last week but could­n’t find any of the final groups play­ing yes­ter­day, does espn not tele­vi­se the lea­der groups on the final day or something?

  34. Just wat­ched the 2011 US Open of Rorys win and this high­lights loo­ked damn simi­lar to a lot of shots from back then.

  35. I guess with the amount he’s been run­ning his mouth, he kind of nee­ded to make the PGA tour enter­tai­ning, and that round he cer­tain­ly did. No one comes clo­se to him when he is in that form 🔥

  36. just mcil­roy magic hands down the most exci­ting play­er when tiger aint around in golf peri­od when he is dial­led in .unre­al show guys thanks .

  37. Gre­at win by Rory but it was clo­se. Tho­mas and Fin­au had their chan­ces. Gre­at round also by Jus­tin Rose. He almost set a new cour­se record.

  38. So whe­re are all the comments about Rory being over rated now.……Golf is hard, but when this man puts it all tog­e­ther IMO is unbeatable..

  39. FFS pga tour show us the cere­mo­ny live when a play­er wins. Every othe fking sport shows us the thro­phy cele­bra­ti­on but you end the live broad­cast right after the last put.

  40. I’ve always been a huge fan of Rory – until now.

    Watching an inter­view with him he came across as unbe­liev­a­b­ly chil­dish, and pet­ty, when he felt the need to tell the press that he had won more tit­les on tour than Greg Nor­man, and how much it meant to him. I honest­ly thought he was big­ger than that.
    It also did­n’t help his case, in my mind, when on ano­t­her inter­view he waxed lyri­cal, and now adver­ti­ses, Whoop.
    What’s next, Rory – Scientology.

  41. Rory’s short irons and wed­ges won him the tour­na­ment. It’s what’s been let­ting him down for too long now and he abso­lute­ly nai­led them today, when he nee­ded it most. Love the iro­ny of Rory and JT having been so vocal on their unwa­vering loyal­ty to the PGA Tour this week, and then they both duel­led it out to the end in a qua­li­ty tour­na­ment. Stick that in your pipe and smo­ke it LIV Golf 👊🏻. Talk about put­ting your mouth whe­re your money is.

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