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sport news It's another charge of the late brigade for Rory McIlroy trends now
sport news It's another charge of the late brigade for Rory McIlroy trends now

sport news It's another charge of the late brigade for Rory McIlroy trends now

Another charge of the late brigade for Rory McIlroy as Northern Irishman again plays his best having left too much to do at PGA Championship Rory McIlroy started nine shots off the lead having made silly mistakes all week Having finished on -2 it was another week of what could have been for McIlroy He started well having birdied the second but left himself too much to do  Mito Pereira continues to lead the field and is bidding to become the first Chilean to win a major championship 

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As the saying goes, it was deja vu all over again for Rory McIlroy as he assembled another final-round charge at the 104th US PGA Championship on Sunday.

At the Masters last month he started 10 shots off the lead and clambered all the way into second place with a spectacular closing round of 64. This time the Northern Irishman was one shot nearer to the pacemaker and once more looked at his best when going for broke.

The fun and games began at the second where a trademark bomb from the tee was followed by an approach to 15ft and he stroked in the birdie putt.

Rory McIlroy began his Sunday round impressively where he birdied the second

Rory McIlroy began his Sunday round impressively where he birdied the second

Another gain followed from 6ft at the third and then a real bonus from 25ft at the fourth. The 33-year-old then took advantage of his length to make it four successive birdies at the par-five fifth.

In all, 20 players teed off after McIlroy but when he stood on the sixth tee there were only five in front of him on the leaderboard. The story of

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