Rory McIlroy not concerned if he does not win another major
Rory McIlroy has impressively won four majors during his young career, but none have come since 2014. That does not seem to have him worried.
Speaking before the Irish Open, McIlroy said that he’s not too concerned about not winning another major.
Rory McIlroy not concerned if he does not win another major.
“It’s still my career, and I still want to make the most of it and I still feel like I have a lot of time to make my mark on golf, but at the same time it doesn’t keep me up at night thinking, if I never won another major, I can’t live with myself,” McIlroy said, via Golf.com. “There are other things in my life that are more important than golf.”
The 29-year-old is now married and seems to have a more balanced life perspective. And though he’s missed three straight cuts at the US Open — including last month at Shinnecock Hills — McIlroy has seven top-10 finishes at majors since 2015.
Currently No. 8 in the world golf rankings, McIlroy hasn’t exactly fallen off even if he hasn’t captured a major in a few years. He still has time to get another — including maybe the elusive Masters.