Rory is ready to don his cape and save the day – again.
If captain Trevor Immelman, whose International team has been pilfered of its top talents by rogue LIV bandits, had the means to call up Europe and request emergency reinforcements against an American juggernaut, Rory McIlroy is eager and willing to report for duty at the Presidents Cup in Charlotte, North Carolina.
“One hundred percent,” said an animated McIlroy when the proposition was brought up by Global Golf Post last week at Wentworth. “It's at Quail Hollow. Have you seen me play Quail Hollow? I'd love to play. Actually, I said that to Trevor many times. Trevor and I have even had some chats recently because a couple of his team have decided not to play for him, so I said to him, ‘I'm available if you can get me in. I'm sure there might be some Australian or some South African in me somewhere, I don't know.’
“Yeah, I'd love to play if I could. But obviously that's not an option.”
What if it were an option? What if the Presidents Cup changed its charter to expand the International team roster to players from anywhere outside the United States – U.S. against The World? What if it was time to make a change to save the biennial match and lift it from its predictable one-sided irrelevance?
The Presidents Cup needs help, and there’s one proven way to fix it – invite Europe.
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