I never thought that Rory McIlroy, a PGA golfer, would be the subject any article I ever wrote, least of all 2 of them.
What a difference a few years makes!
When I wrote about the Magic of True Grit, Rory appeared in an ignominious way.
What do you do when you totally screw up?
In 2011, Rory entered the final day of the Masters Tournament with a 4 stroke lead … and watched it quickly evaporate as his game imploded.
He shot 80 on that final day, the worst score of anyone playing on Sunday. He finished 10 strokes behind the winner, a Masters rookie, Charl Schwartzel.
(The Masters tournament doesn’t like to talk about such crass subjects as money … but the one day cost of that catastrophe to Rory WAS OVER $1.3 MILLION!)
He was heartbroken over his performance that day, but held his head high with these words: Continue reading to see the Big Change …