2011 Masters: What Rory McIlroy Must Do to Win
Now is the time when many players will begin to panic.
Starting the day with a four shot lead, Rory McIlroy has seen that lead slip away.
Currently, McIlroy is tied with Charl Schwartzel and Tiger Woods at ten-under-par. Schwartzel, although a good player, is not as scary as Tiger Woods.
Tiger Woods has 14 majors, Schwartzel's best finish in a major is 14th.
That being said, McIlroy can still win this thing. But to do so, he must do one thing: free up his swing.
The first three days, McIlroy was swinging free with an abundance of confidence. Now, McIlroy appears stiff, afraid of making mistakes. And, as any golfer will tell you, mistakes come when you try to prevent them.
McIlroy needs to get back to playing his game. The calm, cool, collected game we saw in the first three rounds.
The birdies will come to him, he just needs to be patient.
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