This season, Rory McIlroy is winless, but he is hopeful return to a known and comfortable stomping ground at the Dell Technologies Championship this week, which is taking place in Boston.
It will offer him a springboard to another title of FedExCup playoffs.
McIlroy is the world number four player and this year he has been hit with an injury. He is trying to shut things down in due course; however, he could resist his desire to defend his title on the starting day of the TPC Boston on Friday. It held on the second day of the four lucrative playoff events on the PGA Tour.
McIlroy said “I am a believer that it is a little bit horses for courses like you hear, Boston is certainly a track on which is feels comfortable in playing and it sets up perfect for me”.
“I feel I am lucky to win at some of the courses, many times during my career with the PGA Tour, and I think just mentally you are just more comfortable.
“On the course, you have hit some of the great shots before, you have shot low scores, and you have also seen the birdies out there. That is the thing once you are aware that you can <center><img src=”https://i.pinimg.com/originals/b7/49/a6/b749a64e0b37eac70fa62d6fc56b8f49.jpg” width=”500″></center>, it makes it a bit easier repeat it.”
Two weeks back McIlroy had spasms in his upper back muscles and then he said he was unsure when he is going to come on the course and would play next, maybe until next year.
After winning in Boston last year, the Northern Irishman Rory went on to seal the bonus of $10 million as he topped the standings after savoring the victory in the season ending Tour Championship.