The fascinating story of one of golf's most amazing young talents, updated to include his milestone 2014 Open Championship victory Hard-hitting Rory McIlroy was destined to become a professional golfer from the moment he recorded a 40-yard drive at the age of two. His first hole in one came when he was nine, and he played in his first pro European tour event as a 16-year-old in 2005. This biography tells all about his amateur career, presenting a portrait of an athlete who, despite high expectations, keeps a cool head on his young shoulders and lets his golf do the talking. From his controversial relationship with Caroline Wozniacki to nearly missing the Ryder Cup tee-off, this meticulously researched book discusses the truth behind the headlines that always seems to crop up around one of the sport's most divisive characters and finest talents.
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Frank Worrall is a journalist who writes regularly for the Sun and the Sunday Times. He is the author of The Magnificent Sevens, Rooney: Wayne's World, and Roy Keane: Red Man Walking.
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