McIlroy struggling: “I’m getting a little frustrated and impatient”
Rory McIlroy made three of his four birdies by holing from just off the green in the second round at TPC Boston. Here he holes from 18 feet at the ninth.
Rory McIlroy made the cut by the skin of his teeth in his defence of the Deutsche Bank Championship after a double bogey seven at the 18th left him sweating all day at TPC Boston.
Brooks Koepka made the biggest early move as the second round of the Omega European Masters at the picturesque Crans-sur-Sierre.
The American began the tournament in good style yesterday, striking three under par to be five shots adrift of overnight leader Anirban Lahiri.
Keen to set an early clubhouse target as an early starter, Koepka – having begun on the tenth – struck four birdies in an outward 31.
He was subsequently level with England’s Paul Casey, who was one under through seven having seen gains at 14 and 15 undermined by a bogey at 16.
Further down the leaderboard, Danny Willett, Scott Hend and Maximilian Kieffer were also off to flying starts.
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