McIlroy heads for Number One

McIlroyMcIlroy was in a similar position last week when he reached the final of the Match Play Championship—win and he becomes the second-youngest player after Tiger Woods to be number One in the world. But no less than five players were within four shots of the lead icluding Keegan Bradley.

The group does not include Tiger Woods. He didn’t keep pace with everyone else. Woods had to settle for a 69, leaving him 9 shots behind.

English, the 22-year-old rookie will be in the final group with McIlroy, a rare time when the U.S. Open champion will be playing with someone his own age. Co-joining is Gillis who turned professional a year after McIlroy and English were born.

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Stig Björne bor i Stockholm, men är född och uppvuxen i Umeå där han utbildade mig till ekonom vid Handelshögskolan. Tidigare arbetade Stig Björne som VD och senare seniorkonsult på Sweco Eurofutures AB. Stig Björne är idag VD för SKB Näringslivsutveckling.