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Rory McIlroy 2019 schedule

Is Rory planning to tee it up at the Olympics?

Keep up to date with the Northern Irishman's 2019 campaign
 

Which tournaments will Rory McIlroy play during the 2018-19 season? As soon as any changes are made, you will be able to read about them right here…

Where has Rory McIlroy played so far?

McIlroy has had a fantastic start to the 2019 season and has played in two events since the New Year.

He teed it up at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, the Farmers Insurance Open, Genesis Open and the WGC-Mexico Championship where he finished inside the top 5 on all four occasions.

The Northern Irishman continued his fine form at the Honda Classic before heading to TPC Sawgrass where he recorded his first victory of the season.

He then went to the WGC-Match Play Championship where he was defeated by Tiger Woods in the round of 16.

McIlroy’s hopes of a career grand slam will have to wait for another year as he finished outside the top 20 in a bid for his first green jacket.

The 30-year-old then made an appearance at Quail Hollow on his birthday weekend where he finished in a tie for 8th before a T11 finish at the PGA Championship.

He then missed the cut at the Memorial Tournament before cruising to victory at the Canadian Open.

McIlroy continued is good form in 2019 at the US Open with another top 10  before heading back to the UK where he had a disappointing couple of weeks, finishing T34 at the Scottish Open and missing the cut at The Open in his home country.

Where next on the Rory McIlroy 2019 schedule?

Rory McIlroy 2019 schedule

McIlroy is set to play in all three FedEx Cup Play-off events in August and will then head Switzerland for the European Masters at the end of the month. He will then visit England to play in the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth in September.

He has already started to put together his schedule for the 2020 season and will visit Japan, just like Tiger Woods, to play in the inaugural Zozo Championship.

Is McIlroy planning on visiting Japan again in 2020 to play in the Olympic Games?

He’s already expressed his interest in teeing it up in attempt to win a gold medal and has talked about his regret about not going to Brazil to play in 2016.

Speaking at the PGA Championship regarding the Olympics and who he would represent he said:

So then obviously when you put the Olympics into the equation and there’s a choice to be made, you really have to start thinking, what are your beliefs and your values.

I had an unbelievable amateur career – and I don’t mean that in terms of results – but I mean that in the experiences I had, the trips that I had, the friendships that I made and the friendships that I still have to this day. That was all because of playing for Ireland and getting close to some of those guys. I’m excited to be going to the Olympics. I’m excited to play for Ireland.

What are McIlroy’s exemptions?

The Northern Irishman has plenty of exemptions due to his world ranking and number of major wins, this will see him play in all of the major championships and he will likely play in most, if not all of the World Golf Championship events.

Rory McIlroy 2019 schedule: Results and entries

January 3-6: Sentry Tournament of Champions (Kapalua Golf Club) T4
January 24-27: Farmers Insurance Open (Torrey Pines) T5
February 14-17: Genesis Open (Riviera) T4
February 21-24: WGC-Mexico Championship (Club de Golf Chapultepec) 2nd
March 7-10: Arnold Palmer Invitational (Bay Hill) T6
March 14-17: The Players Championship (TPC Sawgrass) Win
March 27-31: WGC-Dell Technologies (Austin CC) Round of 16
April 11-14: The Masters (Augusta National) T21
May 2-5: Wells Fargo Championship (Quail Hollow) T8
May 16-19: PGA Championship (Bethpage Black) T8
May 30-June 2: Memorial Tournament (Muirfield Village) MC
June 6-9: RBC Canadian Open (Hamilton Golf and Country Club) Win
June 13-16: US Open (Pebble Beach) T9
July 11-14: Scottish Open (Renaissance Club) T34
July 18-21: The Open (Royal Portrush) MC
July 25-28: WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational (TPC Southwind) T4
August 29-September 3: Omega European Masters (Crans-Sur-Sierre)
October 24-27: Zozo Championship (Accordia)

Click here to see McIlroy’s stats for the 2019 season.

Matthew Beedle

National Club Golfer and National Club Golfer magazine

Matthew has been playing golf since he was around 13 and took up the game at a local nine-hole municipal course with his friends before joining Pontefract & District Golf Club just over the hedge.

Still a member of Pontefract with a handicap of 3, he currently sits on the board of directors to help with digital and marketing initiatives in order to improve membership and visitor income.

Matthew graduated university with a First Class in Sports Journalism from Leeds Trinity University and has been working in the golf industry since graduating.

NCG’s social media & marketing manager, Matthew’s main job role is to increase website traffic to the National Club Golfer website via our email and social media channels as well as driving entries to grow our NCG Top 100s Tour events amongst other tasks.

Not one to change his equipment too often, Matthew currently plays the TaylorMade M2 driver which has lasted the test of time in his bag. Elsewhere, you’ll find him using the TaylorMade Stealth 2 three-wood with a Ping G425 Crossover 2-iron to aid his long game.

Through his 4-iron to Gap Wedge, Matthew uses the Ping i500 irons accompanied by Ping’s Glide 3.0 56-degree and 60-degree wedges.

Another club that has stood the test of time in his bag is a Nike Method Core MC-3i putter which has had to have the SuperStroke grip changed at least three times. Ball of choice is the Titleist ProV1.

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