Rory McIlroy’s highlights | Round 2 | Wells Fargo 2019

In the second round of the 2019 Wells Fargo Championship, Rory McIlroy recorded five birdies and finds himself in the top five heading into the weekend.


The Wells Fargo Championship takes place at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, NC. One of golf's greatest players, Phil Mickelson returns for a shot at the title along with two-time Wells Fargo champ, Rory McIlroy. In 2018, former World Number One Jason Day claimed his 12th PGA TOUR win with a two-stroke victory over Nick Watney and Aaron Wise.

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30 thoughts on “Rory McIlroy’s highlights | Round 2 | Wells Fargo 2019

  1. They need to create drama knowing full well that the normal people that don't follow golf don't know that there is no way Mcilroy can win a Players and Major in the same year.

  2. What he is doing might be the most difficult, repetitive move a sport requires from the human body. 300 down the middle like god just gave him such a gift.

  3. Rory drove the ball insanely good.. finished -1 …. Justin Rose hit about 5 fairways, finished -4 …. Tee shots are nothing if you can't follow up.

  4. 508 Par 4. Has less than 150 in. Stuffs it to 2ft.

    Still manages to butcher the round. I really cant be confident in his short game it feels like it takes him his A+ day for it to be working

  5. That scoreboard makes no sense. If it was a par 71 then he would have had -5 -2 which is -7 and it would be -5 if a par 70. How’d he get -6

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