Rory McIlroy began the final day of the Sentry Tournament of Champions in second place and in contention for the first trophy of the new year. Unfortunately he shot a final round of 72 to finish tied fourth as Xander Schauffele’s amazing 11-under-par 62 saw the American claim the prize. For McIlroy there was one aspect to blame for his falling away in Hawaii. His frustration with putting is getting to him and holding him back. For a player of his quality, who is playing well away from the greens, it’s hugely annoying. It becomes a case of the harder you try the less you seem to hole. He just needs to find something to improve his putting – that seems to be all that’s wrong at the moment. McIlroy actually outplayed final day leader Gary Woodland for the first seven or eight holes but he couldn’t convert and it drifted away for him. Take the positives There were six occasions last year in which McIlroy found himself in the last group in the final round and didn’t win, so he’ll be disappointed to continue the trend. I don’t think it’s a mental problem – it’s just one of these… Read full this story
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