It was magic for the second time on Sunday on the same hole for Jones.
Rory Mcilroy reeled off two birdies at Redstone Golf Club to close out the final round of the Shell Houston Open. The world no. 2 shot a two-under 70 and four-under total, which will put him at a mediocre middle-of-the-pack finish.
In case you missed it, you can watch a wrap-up of tidbits from the first round of the Shell Houston Open. I also answered some reader questions.
Here’s one for you guys: How often should I be doing these wrap-up/Hangouts? Every day? Every other day? Thoughts?
Oh, by the way, thanks to Johnny for suggesting the name “Wei-ing in” — I think that’s a winner!
Rory McIlroy doesn’t per se mind that Tiger Woods has displaced him as the world no. 1. After all, it takes some attention away from McIlroy, who is more concerned with his swing path than his ranking.
The 23-year-old from Northern Ireland enters the Shell Houston Open this week as the world’s no. 2, trying to build from the momentum he found a few weeks ago at Doral just 14 days before the Masters kicks off.