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Rory McIlroy admits it would 'mean the world' to achieve Open Championship success on home soil Rory McIlroy is determined to win the Open Championship on home soil He flew back to Belfast after an error-strewn final round at the ASI Scottish Open The 30 year-old is expecting a 'home-style atmosphere' at Royal Portrush

By Phil Casey, Press Association Golf Correspondent

Published: 19:33 BST, 14 July 2019 | Updated: 19:35 BST, 14 July 2019

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Rory McIlroy admits it would 'mean the world' to win an Open Championship on home soil after completing the ASI Scottish Open with an error-strewn final round.

McIlroy carded six birdies and four bogeys at The Renaissance Club to finish well down the leaderboard before heading straight to the airport for a flight to Belfast ahead of the first Open at Royal Portrush since 1951.

'It would obviously mean the world to me (to win), just like winning at Hoylake meant the

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