Hopefully, it’s good news for food and beverage sales at your operation on Sunday when many of the golfers at your course want to see at least the closing holes, if not the entire final round, of his run towards history at the U.S. Open.
McIlroy goes into the final round with an eight-shot lead and has managed to keep taking a few steps ahead of the rest of the field every time he’s teed it up thus far. The ultimate test is the final round, when he’ll try to exorcise the demons of that 80 he took in the last round of the Masters, which cost him the green jacket.
I offered a few thoughts on his third round on Saturday in my Sun Media column. You can have a look by clicking here.