McIlroy finishes well in Aberdeen

Published Sunday, 13 July 2014
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Rory McIlroy put in a good performance on the final day of the Scottish Open.

McIlroy finishes well in Aberdeen
Rory McIlroy tees off on the third hole. (© Getty)

The Holywood man and world number eight finished his final round four under in Aberdeen.

It left him seven under for the tournament, following a week that saw him set a new Scottish Open record on Thursday only to undo his good work with a disastrous second round on Friday.

McIlroy recovered on Saturday before hitting six birdies and two bogies on Sunday to put him nine shots behind winner Justin Rose of England.

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Adrian in Coleraine wrote (188 days ago):
Oh what fools all u commenters look now ' is it the open champion your on about lol @s magowan your good ! Stay away from a bookies ! Lol
s magowan in belfast wrote (195 days ago):
The GB&NI golfers at the next Olympics have nothing to fear.
Terrible player in Belfast wrote (196 days ago):
He's a world class performer but he must learn to stop talking after he has a good round because he normally has a bad round after he starts saying how well he is playing, a great advert for NI, hope he wins a few more majors, the other guys we have are also very good, good luck to them all not just Rory.
Frank in Lisburn wrote (196 days ago):
Keep going Rory, a good finishing round and with a bit of luck you will be even better at Hoylake this week.
Larry in Belfast wrote (196 days ago):
@Liam in Ballymena - How can it possibly be rubbish when he smashed the course record? The worst you can say is that he is inconsistent. You will not say rubbish when he wins gold for Ireland in the Olympics or World tournaments!!
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