Rory McIlroy is the defending champion at the BMW PGA Championship which starts on Thursday but if he wins it will be nothing short of miraculous.

Following his win at the Wells Fargo Championship, the World Number One revealed just how full his schedule is.

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Following his media interview obligations at Quail Hollow, Rors he flew overnight the 4,000 miles to London, first hosting a Live Periscope Q&A session with fans before trying to grab a couple of hours sleep on the flight.



After breakfast in the Capital, he will then fulfill some Nike corporate obligations before hosting 40 invitees at an event at 5pm in Nike Town London.

Forget jetlag because on Tuesday morning Rory will most likely get his first glimpse of Wentworth and again fulfill his media obligations as defending champion before hitting balls on the range in the afternoon.

Though most of the field will have two days practice on the course under their belts, Rors wont get to play the Wentworth layout until the Pro Am on Wednesday.

So you thought being World Number One was easy? It's mental!


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