Rory McIlroy revealed that he tossed his 3-wood over the fence

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Rory McIlroy revealed that he tossed his 3-wood over the fence
Rory McIlroy revealed that he tossed his 3-wood over the fence (Provided by Sport World News)

Rory Mcilroy revealed that he tossed his 3-wood over the fence and in the direction of the New Jersey Turnpike, leaving him with some decisions to make before this week's second event of the Playoffs. Rory said: "It's actually a 3-wood I used last year.

I went home, I went down to Florida after NORTHERN TRUST on Monday night, went into the garage and rummaged through a few different things, got my old putter back out, got my old 3-wood, brought a few shafts out, tried different shafts in the driver, went to a new shaft in the driver, and it seemed to work out today.

I just had a driver I felt was spinning a little too much, so a couple of times last week into the wind, I’d hit it and it would balloon up in the air. And then if I wanted to try and hit a cut off the tee, I was not comfortable doing it because I felt like I was losing too much distance by hitting the cut."

Solheim Cup: the lasts news

Solheim Cup organizers and BMW announced the creation of the BMW Celebrity Match during the week of the 2021 Solheim Cup, which will take place at Inverness Club from August 31 – September 6 in Toledo, Ohio.

The celebrity match will be held on Thursday, September 2 at 2 p.m. at Inverness Club, with celebrities and players battling for the inaugural crown. “We are excited to be able to bring the BMW Celebrity Match at the Solheim Cup to life during event week,” said Solheim Cup tournament director Becky Newell.

“The match was designed with fans in mind as a way to elevate the experience for those attending the Solheim Cup, and we’re looking forward to watching these players try their hand at Inverness Club as a kickoff to one of women’s golf’s most distinguished team events”.

The celebrity match will have two teams teeing off No. 10 in a scramble format. Three-time U.S. Solheim Cup team captain and 31-time LPGA Tour winner, Juli Inkster, and six-time U.S. Team member and major champion Morgan Pressel are among the participants, as well as Radio Hall of Fame host and former NFL defensive lineman, Mike Golic.

One of the teams will also be captained by none other than multi-Platinum selling and three-time GRAMMY Award-winning country artist, Darius Rucker. “The Solheim Cup is a prestigious event that I always enjoy watching as a fan of great golf,” said Rucker.

“I’m honored to be on the same course as these talented players and can’t wait for some friendly competition in the celebrity match!" The Europe team is already complete with 6 players who qualified autonomously and 6 others nominated as wild cards by captain Catriona Matthew.

While there is expectation for the three choices of Put Hurst, captain of the USA, which will be announced this afternoon. The United States will be able to count on the sisters Korda, Nelly (world number 1 and gold medalist at the Tokyo Games) and Jessica.

And again: on Danielle Kang, Ally Ewing, Austin Ernst, Lexi Thompson, Megan Khan, Lizette Salas and on the debutante Jennifer Kupcho. To complete the roster will be precisely the three choices of Hurst. On the other hand, the European expedition is already complete.

Double joy for Nordqvist who, after the Major triumph, took off the pass for the Solheim Cup (for her it will be the seventh appearance in this event) together with the German Sophia Popov (first time for the Teutonic), the Danish Emily Kristin Pedersen, to the Spanish Carlota Ciganda and the British Georgia Hall and Charley Hull.

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