RORY McILROY intends to pack away his ego, forget the temptation to chase Bryson DeChambeau’s length and instead play the Tiger Woods way this year.
Having been dragged into DeChambeau’s orbit and gone down the distance rabbit hole in the past, McIlroy is happy to rein in the power and plot his way to the winners’ circle in 2022.
The former world No.1 is never going to be short, but believes the biggest gains are to be made between the ears rather than trying to match DeChambeau, right.
He was not chasing any long-drive world records when his season began this morning at the Abu Dhabi Championship.
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