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Rory McIlroy may be battling fatigue when he continues his five-week trans-Atlantic playing schedule in Europe over the next fortnight but the world No. 1 has shrugged off any talk of burnout ahead of next month's U.S. Open.After his runaway seven-stroke victory at the Wells Fargo Classic on the PGA Tour Sunday, McIlroy plans to get as much rest as possible before he starts the defense of his BMW PGA Championship title this coming week.If McIlroy continues to play as well as he did in Charlotte, he will be tough to beat no matter how well or otherwise he knows the course.When McIlroy is on his game, he can demolish a course like nobody else. He can work the ball either way with his driver, and he hits it so far that almost every par-five is reachable in two shots.
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