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It is a jab of a statement, aimed at the head of his arch critic.It is an announcement that when he comes back as the game's most uncharted talent, it will be entirely on his own terms.
By James Lawton Liverpool's American owners Fenway Sports Group pride themselves on a hard-headed approach to big-time sport.The winner of the US Open and PGA titles in a style which provoked talk of the new Tiger, and led his Ryder Cup team-mate Padraig Harrington to suggest he might match the American's total of 14 majors, said: “I saw that he [Faldo] said I should be at the course nine to five. He should know how much work that we all do put into it.” Mc Ilroy has these last few days at least been vindicated by a tough work schedule on the flint-hard fairways, which are being watered overnight in an attempt to prevent them turning into a series of dustbowls.I was actually on the range at am and got out of the gym at pm, actually a 12-hour day compared to his eight-hour day. Certainly, he has put in the hours to promise a sharp improvement on the disconsolate figure he presented at the US Open, when his last round dissolved into a nightmare of doubt and club molestation.Most emphatically, he says that if he does conjure again the most brilliant career momentum since the days of the young Tiger Woods it will have nothing do with the torrent of advice he has been receiving from Britain's most successful golfer, Sir Nick Faldo.Faldo, winner of three Open and three US Masters titles, was an obsessive overachiever and Mc Ilroy says, “It's a way I could never be. I'm not like that.” The huge difference which the 24-year-old Ulsterman is not shy to emphasise is that he will never mistake golf for the beginning and the end of the meaning of his life.While his game seemed healthy enough, the same thing could not be said for Nick's personal life.
His nine-year marriage to Gill, with whom he had three children, had run into trouble and eventually ended in an estimated £7.5 million divorce settlement in 1998.
My bad drive this year has been losing it to the right, so this is encouraging the club face to square up on impact and, obviously, I'm not getting that right shot any more, which is a huge plus.
I'll hit anywhere between five and seven drivers this week, depending on the wind.” It was a brisk but engaging performance by a young man plainly feeling more pressure than at any time since he burst forth as potentially the game's most compelling talent.
“I played 18 holes on the first Monday I came here, I played 27 on the Tuesday - and then I played 18 Sunday, 18 Monday, 18 yesterday and I'll play nine today.
So that's a lot of holes and I have played in two different winds.
“I will work as hard as I can,” he promises, “but there are other things which are important too.” Faldo, who according to his former wife Jill, arranged for the inducing of the births of their three children so as to cause least disruption to his tournament schedule, is arguing that Mc Ilroy needs to work a nine-to-five shift on the course and the practice range - and that for a few pivotal years he should shut out all those distractions which tend to come to a young man with a fortune of £68m accumulated in a few years.