One of the greatest days of golf was just played on a perfectly sunny day in South Charlotte. Rory McIlroy, currently ranked the #1 golfer in the world, won the Wells Fargo Championship with a 21-under total score.
The top player overwhelmed all other competitors over the past 4 days and became the first ever two-time champion of Charlotte’s Wells Fargo Championship on Sunday at the legendary Quail Hollow Golf Club.
McIlroy shot a course-record 61 yesterday, which went down in the record books as the best one-day score in the history of Quail Hollow’s tournament.
Gary Woodland, Robert Streb, and Phil Mickelson finished the tournament today tied for fourth place, scoring a normally impressive 12 under.
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