By Phil Casey, Press Association Golf Correspondent
Published: 19:33 BST, 14 July 2019 | Updated: 19:35 BST, 14 July 2019
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