Rory McIlroy continues to chase an elusive Masters title — the one crown he needs to finish off a career Grand Slam.
If he manages it, he will join Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Gary Player and Gene Sarazen in an exclusive club: winners of all four majors.
The 32-year-old has played a limited number of tournaments this season, but his failure to make the cut at his warm-up event will have been very disappointing for him.
Will Rory McIlroy play at The Masters?
Almost certainly, Rory McIlroy will play at The Masters this year. This will be his fourteenth interest at the occasion. He might be consoled to realize that three different golf players have required basically as many endeavors to win their first Masters: Billy Casper (14), Mark O’Meara (15) and Sergio Garcia (19).
How has Rory McIlroy done at The Masters in previous years?
Rory McIlroy has finished in the top 10 of The Masters six times, but he has not yet won it.
What majors has Rory McIlroy won?
Rory McIlroy has won three of the four Majors: the PGA Championship (in 2012 and 2014), the U.S. Open (in 2011), and the Open (in 2014).
How has Rory McIlroy been playing in 2022?
Rory McIlroy’s exhibition in 2022 up until this point has been somewhat sketchy. He missed the cut at the latest PGA Tour occasion, the Valero Texas Open, which he expected as a warm-up occasion for The Masters.
His first occasion in the 2021/22 season was the CJ Cup @ SUMMIT, toward the finish of October, which he won with a noteworthy score of – 25.
Notwithstanding, comparative achievement has not followed. He completed eighteenth at the Hero World Challenge in December, tied tenth at the Genesis Invitational in February, tied thirteenth at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in March, and tied 33rd at the Players Championship the week after that.