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Rory McIlroy, this afternoon, is working through the tough weather at the British Open as the winds have kicked up considerably for the afternoon tee times. How bad are the winds? Well, here is Rory at 15 pushing one right on the 462-yard Par 4. You figure it’s going in the rough, punch out and hope for par. Not Rory. He’s going off some kid’s melon and into an obstructed area. Back to the tee box.
Meanwhile, kid looks concussed.
It also looks like English bro took a head wound, but got a signed glove out of the ordeal. Not really that bad considering he’ll survive and goes home with a collectible to remember his effort.
McIlroy went back to the tee box, nearly dropped an eagle and settled for birdie.
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In the world of sports, the British Open golf tournament is probably one of the safest things to watch but that doesn't mean that spectators aren't in harm's way.
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Perhaps “nearly decapitated” is a bit too strong as a means to describe what occurred to the young lad who was struck in the head by a golf ball when Rory McIlroy’s errant tee shot went way left on the 15th hole at the British Open on Thursday, but that’s how the bloke in charge [...]
There are few things that I believe that Rory McIlroy can't do with a golf ball and in the below video, he shows off his trick shot abilities.
Watch as Rory hits a golf ball off a soccer goal from nearly 150 yards away at the Tiger Woods 13 Crossbar Challenge:
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The first round of the 2012 British Open has generated excitement with Tiger Woods being just a few strokes behind the leader. I’m sure the crowd has enjoyed their time walking the historic Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Course, well, I guess not everyone.
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Rory McIlroy hit another spectator. Today it was Jason Blue at the British Open.
Rory's gonna have to start stocking gloves to autograph.
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