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I’d Love To Get Back To Being A Golfer’ – McIlroy After Missed Players Cut

I’d Love To Get Back To Being A Golfer' - McIlroy After Missed Players Cut

Rory McIlroy visibly struggled over the first two days of The Players Championship, with the former champion carding a 76 and 73 as he finished three shots back of the cut line at TPC Sawgrass.

It had been a disappointing few days for McIlroy, who perhaps was struggling with fatigue given the competitive golf, as well as frequently standing up for the interests of the PGA Tour in the media. Now, speaking after his second round, McIlroy has admitted that he would “love to get back to being a golfer.”

Jay Monahan and Rory Mcilroy chat whilst Rory holds the FedEx Cup

McIlroy with PGA Tour Commissioner, Jay Monahan, after the 2022 FedEx Cup

(Image credit: Getty Images)

Asked about whether fatigue has played a part, the Northern Irishman admitted that “it is fair,” adding “I’d love to get back to being a golfer. It’s been a busy couple of weeks. It’s been a busy sort of six or eight months. But everything has sort of been announced now and the wheels have been put in motion. So it should quieten down from here.”


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