Speaking after the second round at the Players Championship on Friday, McIlroy acknowledged that he had aggravated his back. McIlroy suffered a stress fracture in his ribs while testing golf equipment during the offseason.
Rory McIlroy confirmed Monday that he suffered a "low-grade response" to the rib injury he suffered earlier this year.
This is good because there is no new injury, but this is bad because it is clearly affecting his practice schedule and probably his on-course play as well.
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"As of now I am still entered into the BMW PGA Championship", McIlroy said. "I felt a bit of stiffness on Sunday, hit a couple of drives that didn't quite feel right".
There have been so many injuries that have plagued the top golfers this year that the PGA TOUR could be mistaken for a season of the Walking Dead. He also revealed in that statement that he will decide at the beginning of next week whether he is "in a position to compete".
During The Players, McIlory was slowed by the recurrence of a nagging back injury, reaching behind to the bottom of his lower-left shoulder blade to show where he feels the twinge.
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Some Chinese refer to the residency authorization as a " golden visa ". A similar meeting was held in Shanghai on Sunday. This is not a government visa-selling program.
McIlroy played four times in six weeks through the Masters before taking a three-week break to get married.
The four-time major victor said he realizes he's somewhat limited this week and will have to work his way into contention with what he has before a little more time off prior to his U.S. Open lead-in and prep.
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