Rory McIlroy 2020 schedule: Where has he played so far?
McIlroy was one of several who chased home Tiger Woods at the inaugural Zozo Championship in Japan where he finished in a tie for 3rd before winning his third WGC title at the HSBC Champions.
He returned from a lengthy winter break at Torrey Pines for the Farmers Insurance Open where he secured a share of 3rd. He then teed it up at Riviera in the Tiger Woods-hosted Genesis Invitational and despite being in the final group on Sunday was only able to manage a tied 5th finish.
A solo 5th finish followed at the first WGC of the year in Mexico after he was unable to reel in the leaders on the final day and a poor final day at the Arnold Palmer saw another 5th place finish.
McIlroy took part in the TaylorMade Driving Relief charity event in May, where he joined forces with Dustin Johnson to take on Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff to raise millions for Covid-19 relief.
Rory McIlroy 2020 schedule: Where is he playing next?
McIlroy has confirmed that he will play in the first three events when the PGA Tour returns in June.
According to his website, he will tee up at the Charles Schwab Challenge at Colonial, Texas, before heading to Harbour Town, South Carolina, for the RBC Heritage, then onto TPC River Highlands, Connecticut, for the Travelers Championship.
All three events will be played behind closed doors as the PGA Tour eases back into its schedule following the coronavirus pandemic.
Zozo Championship (Narashino GC) T3
WGC-HSBC Champions (Sheshan International GC) 1st
DP World Tour Championship (Jumeirah Golf Estates) 4th
Farmers Insurance Open (Torrey Pines) T3
Genesis Invitational (Riviera Golf Course) T5
WGC Mexico (Club de Golf Chapultepec) 5
Arnold Palmer Invitational (Bay Hill) T5
May 17: TaylorMade Driving Relief Skins Match (Seminole)
June 11-14: Charles Schwab Challenge (Colonial)
June 18-21: RBC Heritage (Harbour Town Golf Links)
June 25-28: Travelers Championship (TPC River Highlands)
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