Rory McIlroy says tests show no new injury to his back

Rory McIlroy says tests show no new injury to his back

Rory McIlroy says tests show no new injury to his back

- For a third consecutive day at the Players, Rory McIlroy answered questions about his bad back.

At one under par McIlroy was eight shots off the pace and five behind 54-year-old Fijian Vijay Singh, who was looking to surpass the 52-year-old Sam Snead as the oldest victor in PGA Tour history with his first victory since 2008. But I'm here talking to you on a Saturday, so that's a positive. "So I maybe should have just taken it a bit easier over the weekend, but I was excited to get back and excited to play again so maybe being a little over keen was detrimental". "But there are so many unknowns and unless you get an image taken of it you just don't know".

"I didn't really do that today". I'm going for an MRI scan on Monday just to make sure it's not serious and then I'll see what we do from there.

"So it might just be a flare-up of what happened previously and I just need to rest for a few days and it might be OK. So if I can shoot something in the mid-60s, back door a top-10 like I seem to do quite often, and move on".

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The four-time major victor said he realizes he's somewhat limited this week and will have to work his way into contention with what he has before a little more time off prior to his U.S. Open lead-in and prep. He said in a statement Monday that he is entered in the BMW PGA Championship next week at Wentworth and will decide early next week if he can play. "I felt it for the first time on Sunday". Hopefully that's what it shows in the scan.

World No. 1 and FedExCup leader Dustin Johnson fired a 4-under-par 35-33=68 in the final round of THE PLAYERS to wrap up on 2-under 286, up 27 places on the live leaderboard to T17 and good for the low round in the clubhouse.

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