Rumors:🚫Rory McIlroy had a ‘weird’ protest tossed at him that brought about in dazzling fan launch at Wells Fargo Championship

Rory McIlroy has fundamentally seen it all within the golf world.
But the four-time major champ had never seen this some time recently.
Rory McIlroy for the most part has affectionate recollections of the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail HollowCredit:
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In 2016, McIlroy was on the rise and had as of now won the Wells Fargo Championship the year some time recently.
As he played at Quail Empty in ’16, McIlroy was matched with Rickie Fowler.
McIlroy was then-ranked No. 3 within the world.
With his eye centered on another Wells Fargo win and coming to the beat of the rankings, the Northern Ireland star teed off at the par-3 6th gap.
At that point things got truly abnormal.
A golf ball was tossed close the tee box.
And the golf ball … had an earplug joined.
It was a strange and totally startling golf minute that McIlroy afterward battled to put into words.
McIlroy knows Quail Empty well and has the trophies to demonstrate itCredit:
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“It was sort of abnormal,” he said. “That’s never truly happened to me some time recently.”
Fowler, who utilized to be known for his highly colorful outfits, was too blown absent by seeing a golf ball tossed onto the course — and the ball having something “abnormal” joined to it.

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“So irregular,” Fowler said. “The fellow attempted to say it was a blessing. I do not know why you’d grant a blessing of a golf ball with an earplug joined to it.”
Being a professional, McIlroy at that point did the as it were reasonable thing that might be done.
He highlighted the “earplug” fan to course authorities.
The fan was before long expelled and launched out from the course.
McIlroy, 35, has 25 PGA Tour wins and more than $83 million in career profit.
He’s a three-time FedEx Glass winner and already won the Wells Fargo Championship in 2021 and 2015.
He will be looking to win his fourth Wells Fargo title this week, ahead of another week’s US PGA Championship at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville.

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