Rory McIlroy took advantage of an incredible piece of luck during his second day of play at the BMW PGA Championship.
With his massively hooked drive on the par-5 17th, it appeared that he was beyond the boundaries the ball swung.
It was a seven, net four," McIlroy stated. His luck was good enough for him to keep a bogey off of his card, and the 65 taking him.
McIlroy was able to shoot an eagle at the 18th hole, par five However, by that time, the crowd was up enough to 25,000 people.
McIlroy was unwavering that the Tour was correct in deciding to continue the event. "I thought it was the right decision.
Believe we're not inflicting any harm on anyone in playing. I hope we're showing respect and acknowledging.
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The two-minute silence began in the morning at 9.50 am and the players, as well as caddies, were adorned.
Kjeldsen was the main attraction of the day, coming back from bogeys on the first hole to score seven birdies and an eagle.
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