Rory McIlroy shoots 4-under 68 | Farmers Insurance Open | 2021

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In the opening round of The Farmers Insurance Open 2021, Rory McIlroy carded a 4-under 68 on Thursday trailing the lead by four shots.

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The Farmers Insurance Open features a star-studded field – including two-time FedExCup winner Rory McIlroy and past champion Jon Rahm – from the scenic Torrey Pines Golf Course in La Jolla, California, near San Diego. Reigning champion Marc Leishman looks to become the event’s fourth back-to-back winner, while Jason Day and Jordan Spieth make their calendar-year debuts. There’s a robust group of local products teeing it up at Torrey Pines, led by multi-time TOUR winner Xander Schauffele (who went to San Diego State), and of course, Phil Mickelson – who is coming to Torrey Pines after hosting The American Express.

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