Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy is hoping the first major championship of the year can spark his game and get him back to the form that saw him reach world number one earlier this year. The four-time major winner got off to a rousing start in 2020 with a string of top ten finishes but then the coronavirus pandemic hit and the PGA season went into a hiatus. “Before the world sort of shut down, I was playing some really good golf,” McIlroy said. “Having that three-month break, and then coming back everything sort of changed. Everything feels different.”

McIlroy is having to adjust to golf’s new normal at this week’s PGA Championship, including regular testing for COVID-19, temperature screenings, and social distancing including a makeshift locker room with…

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