If your thinking of betting on Rory McIlroy, whose is generally available at 14/1 across the best golf betting sites in this week's PGA Championship, here's every stat you need to make your decision.

Rory featured in the "favourites win-only section of my 2018 PGA Championship Betting Preview and Tips post so make sure to check that out (here) too.

And with the PGA Of America announcing that green speeds will be slow and soft due to extremely high temperatures and humidity forecast it brings back memories of Congressional's greens in the 2011 US Open where Rory ruled.



Rory McIlroy Essential Performance Stats.

with thanks to Sal at Golfstats.

Rory McIlroy 2018 European Tour Record


Rory McIlroy 2018 PGA Tour Record


Rory McIlroy PGA Championship Career Stats

 Rory McRory Career PGA Championship Record

 Rory McIlroy Yearly PGA/European Tour Stats/Rank




Notes


He is 5 in this week’s Official World Golf Ranking
Birth Date: May 04, 1989
Birthplace: Holywood, Northern Ireland
Age: 29 Ht.: 5’ 10" Wt.: 160
Home: Holywood, Northern Ireland
Turned Professional: 2007
Joined PGA Tour: 2010
PGA Tour Playoff Record: 1-2
Joined PGA European Tour: 2008

PGA European Tour Playoff Record: 0-3
PGA Tour Victories: 14 - 2010 Quail Hollow Championship;
2011 U.S. Open; 2012 Honda Classic, PGA Championship,
Deutsche Bank Championship, BMW Championship; 2014
British Open, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, PGA
Championship; 2015 WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship,
Wells Fargo Championship; 2016 Deutsche Bank
Championship, Tour Championship; 2018 Arnold Palmer
Invitational

PGA European Tour Victories: 13 - 2009 Dubai Desert
Classic; 2011 U.S. Open, UBS Hong Kong Open; 2012 PGA
Championship, DP World Tour Championship; 2014 BMW
PGA Championship, British Open, WGC-Bridgestone
Invitational, PGA Championship; 2015 Omega Dubai Desert
Classic, WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship, DP World
Tour Championship; 2016 Dubai Duty Free Irish Open
Australian Win: 2013 Emirates Australian Open
ELIGIBILITY CODE: 1, 4, 10, 11

McIlroy's 2018 Season So Far....

Returned to action, saying he was feeling great with no rib problems. His first start back finished T-3rd at Abu Dhabi and the next week was 2nd at the Dubai Desert Classic, one shot behind winner Haotong Li.
Flew to America to play on the PGA Tour, and in four starts missed two cuts. His best finish was T-20th at the Genesis Open. On the Monday before the Arnold Palmer Invitational, talked with Brad Faxon, who gave him some thoughts on putting. McIlroy used those keys to have his best putting week on the PGA Tour, taking a career-low 100 putts to win the Palmer by three shots over Bryson DeChambeau. McIlroy birdied five of his last six holes on the way to a bogey-free 64.

The next week at the WGC-Dell Match Play, an event he won in 2015, he lost two of his three matches and didn’t make it out of group play. Was T-5th at The Masters, he was in the final pairing with Patrick Reed and shot 74 finishing six shots back. Was 2nd at the BMW PGA Championship, 2 shots back of winner Francesco Molinari. T-8th at the Memorial. Missed the cut at both the Play-
ers Championship and U.S. Open, his third straight missed cut at a U.S. Open.

Bounced back at the Open Championship finishing T-2nd, two shots back of winner Francesco Molinari. Shot a final round 73 at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational to finish T-6th.



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