Rory McIlroy and the last chance at the Augusta National

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Rory McIlroy and the last chance at the Augusta National

Rory McIlroy will try at the Augusta National to get the only Major title that still evades him. McIlroy, in the last interview, talked about several topics, about his career and the world of golf. McIlroy said: "I'm trying to view what I'm doing with my golf game on a.

I'm trying to see the big picture here. I'm not all focused on. I'm obviously focused on this week, but it's bigger than that. It's a journey, right, and it's a journey to try to get back to playing the game the way I know that I can play the game.

So obviously this week is very important, but I'm still looking beyond that. I'm just at the start of a journey here that I know will get me back to where I want to be. I thought with Pete Cowen, I think it was sort of it felt comfortable because I've known him for so long.

I just thought with what I have been sort of struggling with or trying to find a grasp with my swing, Pete likes to get his students to do what I was trying to feel I was doing, and he's worked with a bunch of different players, and he's got a lot of knowledge and a lot of wisdom.

Michael is still a part of the team. You know, it's just an extra set of eyes to seeing a few things; that I just felt bringing Pete in can only help. It just felt like a comfortable fit for me. That's the reason I brought him in.

It's basically just about trying to understand the body movements a little bit more and sort of understanding why certain shots happen and how to fix those on the fly and how to, even during rounds, okay, if you have a better understanding of what you're doing, then you can start to manage it better, even if things don't feel quite the way you want them to.

So that's the simple version of why we started working together." Rory McIlory has been engaged since 2011 with the Danish tennis player Caroline Wozniacki, already number one in the WTA ranking, forming one of the most famous young couples in international sport.

On May 21, 2014, however, the two broke off their relationship shortly before the wedding. On April 22, 2017, he married Erica Stoll, a 29-year-old from Florida who works for the PGA, met at the 2012 Ryder Cup, and with whom he was engaged on May 31, 2015.