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McIlroy retained the title in Canada in response to the Saudi Super League

McIlroy retained the title in Canada in response to the Saudi Super League

Former World No. 1 Rory McIlroyNow ranked 8th, it has reassessed this Sunday’s title Canada Open With the final card of 62 wins, will act in response to the win Saudi Super League, Severely criticized by a Northern Irish golfer. “It’s embarrassing,” McIlroy told a pre – match press conference in Canada.

“This is a day I will remember for a long time. There are 21 titles on the PGA tour, one more than the other,” Rory said after his victory. Greg NormanThe current CEO of the Saudi Super League has retired with 20 wins on the American circuit.

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McIlroy, winner of four titles Grand SlamWaged the final controversial war with the Americans Tony Finaw (64) and Justin Thomas (64), finally finishing second and third, respectively. Spanish Rafael Cabrera (72) This time it was far, far 64th.

The 33-year-old Northern Irishman is successfully defending the title for the first time on a US PGA tour, although he had to wait for it to win in Canada in 2019, where the 2020 and 2021 editions were suspended due to the corona virus. The Canadian Open is the fourth oldest tournament in the circuit.

Final stages

Pair 70

261 Rory McIlroy (Ir. N.) 66-68-65-62
263 Tony Finaw (USA) 66-71-62-64
265 Justin Thomas (USA) 69-69-63-64
266 Justin Rose (England) 69-70-67-60
Sam Burns (USA) 67-69-65-65

273 Scotty Scheffler (USA / 18th) 69-67-71-66
285 Rafa Cabrera (ESP / 64th) 71-70-72-72

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