“They have all been wonderful experiences for different reasons, and I’m sure this time will be no different.” McIlroy said.
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Rory McIlroy has come a long way from dismissing the Ryder Cup as "an exhibition event" of little importance to becoming fully established as one of the European team leaders who cannot wait to soak up the experience for a fifth time. McIlroy was a 20-year-old when he derided the biennial event as something not among his goals, but the four-time major winner soon started to understand its special place in the calendar the following year on his debut at Celtic Manor. That contest two years ago featured one of the all-time great singles matches as McIlroy took on this year's U.S. Masters champion Patrick Reed in a high-octane, high-volume Sunday showdown.
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