McIlroy upsets Reed, unhappy with Dubai reconciliation


As one of LIV Golf’s fiercest critics, Rory McIlroy decided to put down his clubs for a few weeks at the end of last year when he felt he was losing his mind.

“It was good,” the top-ranked McIlroy said, “to take some time off and try to get away from golf.”

Now he’s back and looking more spirited than ever.

When McIlroy was on the practice line at the Dubai Desert Classic on Tuesday, he was approached by Patrick Reed, one of the top players to move to the Saudi-backed series that has changed the face of the game. Golf in 2022.

McIlroy said he was busy practicing and didn’t need to acknowledge Reed.

“Patrick came over to say hello, and I really didn’t want him to,” McIlroy said Wednesday.

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