Masters video: Rory McIlroy says he's comfortable with his game
Rory McIlroy feels good about the course and his game but says he needs to putt better at Augusta to win.
Good stuff here from world No. 9, Rory McIlroy.
He said he's putted poorly at Augusta in his career and thus hasn't ever finished in the top 10 at the Masters.
"I don't think I've putted well here historically," said McIlroy. "Obviously putting is a huge part of the game around here. There are going to be holes where you don't leave yourself easy two-putts."
He also noted that he's become more confortable with the course over his career and he feels great about his game.
"I think no one stops learning but I'm definitely feeling more comfortable, every time you come back. I've never felt this comfortable in the grounds of Augusta National. I feel like I'm really comfortable with my game."
Sounds like a good elixir to get that third leg of the career grand slam.
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