The world’s No. 1 Rory Mcllroy shot a up and down third round of 2015 Masters tournament here on Saturday as he finished with a 4-under 68, ranking 5th to enter tomorrow’s last round.
“I got off to a good start. Sort of the way I wanted to play the front nine. I had not really played the front nine too well the last couple days, so to play them under par is nice,” said Mcllroy.
Mcllroy got it to 8-under par through 15 after making birdie at No. 15 before dropping strokes at No. 16 and No. 18 coming home. “A disappointing finish,” Mcllroy said after the game. ” I made a couple of good birdies on 13 and 15. I felt like the other holes on the back nine were playing pretty tough with the pin positions and a bit of a swirling wind.”
“But overall I felt like I played pretty well,” he added. Enditem