The old bull and the young calf go head to head.
This year, these 21 athletes made the leap from mere fame (or, in some cases, total anonymity) to iconhood. You’ll like them — which is good, since we’ll all be spending a lot more time with them going forward.
McIlroy, the world’s best golfer and a native of Northern Ireland, posted a message today via Twitter touching on his feelings about Great Britain, Ireland, and the 2016 Olympics.
On the occasion of his second major victory, how does Rory McIlroy stack up against the only two players it’s worth stacking him up against?
The world’s #2-ranked golfer is struggling at the British Open and has missed four of his last six cuts. But he’s still doing pretty great.
Rory McIlroy’s about to miss his second cut in a row as world #1. Know how long Tiger went without missing a cut?
This guy and Bret McKenzie must be graduates of the same wizard academy. Here’s the Irish golfing phenom taking his frustrations out on his putter.
Rory McIlroy, at 22 years of age, became the youngest golfer to win the U.S. Open since 1923. To mark the occasion, the young Irishman took to Twitter and posted a photo of himself drinking from the championship trophy. We don’t know what exactly he’s drinking, but he’s in a bar. Probably not Fanta.
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