Rory McIlroy reveals what he dreams about. “I would love to..”

Rory McIlroy has shown how serious a player he is this season, and he doesn’t want to stop there. It is clear to everyone what his goals are. “I feel like I’m healthy. I’m 33 and I feel like my body is in the best shape it’s ever been and hopefully it’s just moving ahead and keep on moving on.

There are certain things that I can improve on. I still think there’s room for improvement with my wedges – certain shots, different trajectories. And then, it’s hard to just pinpoint the majors, but over the last few years it’s the one thing that I haven’t achieved that I would love to achieve again.”

– McIlroy said, as quoted by irishexaminer.com The Northern Irishman is pleased with the progress he has made in his game. It is obvious that McIlroy is in much better shape and that he is more focused. “I feel like if my driving is not on one day, I feel like my putting will bail me out.

I feel like if my putting is not on, my iron play will bail me out, and if my iron play is not on, my short game will. I used to rely very heavily on one or two aspects of the game where now, I feel like now I’m pretty efficient in all areas of the game.

That’s been a huge thing this year. When you know that you’re going to hole your fair share of putts, I think it takes pressure off your ball-striking. You don’t feel like you have to hit it quite as close, and then off the tee, you don’t feel as under pressure to hit fairways to then hit a green to give yourself a chance.

I feel like if you’re a good putter, it can sort of feed through the rest of your game and that’s how it’s felt this year.”

Rory McIlroy on consistency

What he is most proud of is his consistency. “The thing that really set the foundation for why I won these rankings is my performances in the majors and in the bigger events on this tour.

It feels funny winning (the Race to Dubai) without having an official win on this tour this year, but I think that speaks to the consistency levels I’ve played with over the course of the last few months.”

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