Breaking:Rory McIlroy put on notice as PGA Tour ace makes six- brutal word claim about….. Details πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

By | June 21, 2024

Breaking: Rory Mcilroy has notified the PGA Tour ACE because it asserts the sixth brutal word … details πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

The tracker of Rolly Mciloy and his fellow fellow focuses on tall orders, as they look at the overhaul of Ludivig Abalg, who maintained an open lead in the halfway stage. I have been told

Rory Mcilroy and the remaining CHASING PACK have been notified after Ludvig Aberg reaches the front of the US Open. Just a year after turning pro, Aberg led by one shot midway through his U.S. Open debut and only the third major championship of his career.
Aberg added a 69 to his first 66 at Pinehurst to finish five under par ahead of Belgian Thomas Detry and the American pair of Bryson DeChambeau and Patrick Cantlay. McIlroy, Tony Finau and Mathieu Pavon were three under and two strokes behind the leader.

The last player to win the U.S. Open for the first time was amateur Francis Ouimet in 1913, but it wouldn’t be much of a surprise if Aberg repeats the feat after such a strong start to his pro career. The Swede joined the paid ranks in June 2023 but quickly established himself on the DP World Tour.

He helped lead Europe to a Ryder Cup return in Rome, including a record-breaking victory alongside Viktor Hovland over Scottie Scheffler and Brooks Koepka, 9&7. Aberg also tasted victory on the PGA Tour before the season ended.
Such performances earned the 24-year-old a spot in his major debut at the Masters, where he edged out Scheffler all the way in April, but the world number one Scheffler won his second green jacket at Augusta National. Finau, one of his playing partners during the first two rounds at Pinehurst, was full of praise for the 24-year-old, calling him a “machine” and suggesting he, McIlroy and the others will struggle to prevent him from playing. create history. Speaking at the end of the second round, Finau said: β€œIt’s the first time I’ve played with him. This guy is like a machine.’

But I’ve been very fortunate over the last few days and hopefully it will continue like this.’

Meanwhile, Scheffler finished the second round with a 74 to reach the halfway point at 5-over par, while former British Open champion Francesco Molinari made the halfway point in impressive fashion with a birdie on the ninth hole, the final hole of the day.

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