Wednesday , September 28 2022

Rory McIulroy faces when Brooks Copep takes "the game to a new level"


McIlroy led Koepka with a stroke in the last round, but instead of an epic duel with World No. 1, he jumped 71, while the American jumped 65 to win the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational by three compatriots from America. Webb Simpson.

The 30-year-old Makilroy, who came out of liberty after a tumultuous 62 Saturday, ended with a draw for the fourth, five strokes.

McIlroy missed an outdoor match in his native Northern Ireland last week after the catastrophic opening 79 followed by a brilliant second round 65 led by the vocal fans of the hosts as he was trying to make the weekend in vain.

The four-time winner climbed to third place in a stable season winning the Championship and Canadian team but also failed to break 70 times in his 13 final PGA Tour tournament. season.

For Koepka, 29, this was a payoff for his fourth finished outdoors in a stunning season in which he was also second to Tiger Woods in Masters, who won the PGA Championship and was second to the US Open.

The powerful Floridian, who won four of his last 10 majors, pulled along with McIlroy with a bird in third place and then took control of the birds in fifth and sixth place, with the player losing space.

"It's amazing. Looking at what I did this year, just show off your sequence, try to turn your game to a new level and I did it," said Koepeza, who leads the season's FedEx Cup.

"Winning this title against Rory was quite special."

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