Rory McIlroy admits he could be out for the rest of the season – SkySports

#8220;I just haven#8217;t it allowed it the time to fully heal. I wanted to play the season and I feel like I#8217;m capable of playing well and winning and putting rounds together. But if I want to challenge on a more consistent basis, I need to get 100 per cent healthy.#8221;

#8220;I switched it off for a couple of weeks because I was getting married and going on honeymoon, but once I started practicing again, I didn#8217;t build up the volume gradually. I went from zero to hitting balls for three or four hours a day, and that aggravated it a little bit.

#8220;I don#8217;t know what I#8217;m going to do. You might not see me until next year, you might see me in a couple of weeks#8217; time. It really depends,#8221; said the 28-year-old, who was out for seven weeks when he first sustained the injury, which he aggravated at The Players Championship in May and spent another month on the sidelines.

#8220;I feel like I#8217;m capable and playing well enough to give myself a chance in it, but April is a long way away and that#8217;s the next big thing on my radar. I have a good bit of time to get healthy and address a few things going forward, so the next big thing is April and that#8217;s really what my focus will be on from now until then.#8221;

Last Updated: 13/08/17 8:25pm

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