- Rory McIlroy says tests indicate no new injury to his back, only what he described as a "low-grade response" to his rib injury in January. He is expected to make the cut after shooting 73-71 in the first two rounds.
"The thing with this place is you hit one that lands four, five feet off the putting surface, there's no telling what's going to happen to it", said the 37-year-old journeyman, who secured his maiden PGA Tour victory last year at the Memorial tournament. It's obviously not a hundred percent, but it's good enough to get myself around here for the next couple of days.
Rory McIlroy is the latest star golfer to suffer a back injury but his injury does not seem to be as serious as others. He was originally sidelined earlier in 2017 due to fractured ribs on his left side, but the current situation doesn't appear to be almost as severe with the MRI coming back without any serious issues.
"Look, it's in the same area as what the injury was at the start of the year, I said over there, if that injury was an eight or a nine in terms of pain and soreness and stiffness, this is around a four or five", said McIlroy. Hopefully that's what it shows in the scan.
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"I haven't won a Major and I haven't won the Masters before, so I didn't know exactly what to expect and what to feel".
"I felt a bit of stiffness on Sunday", he said.
The Northern Irishman is even-par for his first two rounds at TPC Sawgrass and now sits nine shots off the pace set by Louis Oosthuizen and Kyle Stanley.
"To come back to this golf course that we know how challenging it is, it's maybe not the best thing, but it is the way we planned it and we live with it".