Rory McIlroy feels his FedEx Cup achievements and sequence of near misses at the majors in 2022 will established him up for a shot at glory in 2023.
McIlroy’s major drought dates back again to 2014, but he went exceptionally near in a few of the 4 in 2022.
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“It was fantastic to at minimum get one thing out of the summer season,” McIlroy explained to Sky Sports activities. “To engage in so considerably good golfing about the very last couple months and if I had not bought just about anything out of it, the Canadian Open up acquire was terrific, but not getting it completed at the US Open up or the Open up Championship, it is pleasant to at the very least get anything awesome out of the summer season.”
McIlroy admitted to getting strike tricky by his agonising Open defeat, so was pleased to get again in the winners’ circle at the time all over again.
“It softened the blow,” he explained of his Tour Championship acquire. “It does not indicate it was any less difficult to get over, but when you continue to keep taking part in excellent golf and not seeing the rewards. You dust oneself off and go again, you play nicely once again but really don’t quite get it performed, it can get fairly complicated. So to have all that excellent golfing pay off in some form of way – it was not in the majors – but it was the FedEx Cup.
“I come to feel like the way I have carried out in the majors this yr, it is like a significant springboard into the upcoming few several years and I experience like I have my mojo back again in the majors and know what to do and that is exciting.”
McIlroy is getting the week off immediately after a occupied spell, but is back again in action in Scotland for the Alfred Dunhill Backlinks Championship from September 29 to Oct 2.
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