After a disappointing T. 40 finish at The Masters, Rory McIlroy has found his footing at the Wells Fargo Championship.
After two rounds of play, Rory is at six-under-par, tied for 13th. McIlroy fired a solid two-under-par round of 70 the first day, and followed that up with a 68 on Friday to keep him in the hunt.
McIlroy is now six shots behind leader Nick Watney, who is sitting atop the leaderboard at 12-under-par.
So with McIlroy's game back on track and expectations running high, let's take a look at some of things that the golfing world will expect him to bring to the ball game this weekend.