McIlroy carded a +7 this morning after completing his opening round, which was delayed due to adverse weather
Rory McIlroy will have to produce some of his best form if he is to make the cut at this year's US Open in Oakmont after carding a seven-over-par opening round.
Weather conditions meant that the Holywood golfer was forced to finish his opening round early this morning and having carried a four-over-par, he finished with three consecutive boegys to leave him with a mountain to climb to make the weekend's play. He's 11 shots off the pace.
Shane Lowry is the best of the Irish after a wonderful finish today. The Clara native carried an even-par score into today's play and picked up two birdies to leave him two shots of the leader Andrew Landry.