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YEARENDER-Golf-‘Celtic Tiger’ McIlroy emerges dominant in 2014

(Repeats from Dec 19)

By Mark Lamport-Stokes

LOS ANGELES, Dec 30 (Reuters) – A year to forget for an injury-plagued Tiger Woods was savoured sweetly by Northern Ireland’s Rory McIlroy after the ‘Celtic Tiger’ won two majors in 2014 to regain his status as the game’s leading player.

McIlroy ended a stellar campaign with four victories and five runner-up spots in 23 starts worldwide, embellishing his credentials as a genuine golfing great in what many regard as a handover of the ‘Tiger’ torch to usher in a new ‘Rory’ era.

While former world number one Woods failed to add to his career major tally of 14 and played just eight tournaments during a winless and truncated season, McIlroy proved to be the player to beat virtually every time he teed off in competition.

McIlroy dominated golf’s biggest events in the latter half of 2014 after American left-hander Bubba Watson had clinched the Masters for a second time in three years and Germany’s Martin Kaymer had coasted to an eight-shot victory at the U.S. Open.

Swede Henrik Stenson, Australian Adam Scott and Spaniard Sergio Garcia each triumphed once as they also produced impressively consistent golf during the year but McIlroy set himself apart from his closest rivals, just as he did in 2012.

Having endured a turbulent 2013 on and off the course, McIlroy was once again a picture of focus and consistency, finishing no worse than 25th in 17 starts on the 2013-14 PGA Tour and recording three victories among 12 top-10 placings.

He also claimed the European Tour’s money list trophy for the second time in three years and played an influential role in Europe’s Ryder Cup victory over the United States in September.

McIlroy never looked back after recording his first win of the year at the European Tour’s flagship BMW PGA Championship in May, just a few days after breaking up with his tennis-playing fiancee Caroline Wozniacki.

“Every time I teed it up, I felt like I had a good chance to win,” McIlroy said of his superb form in 2014, highlighted by consecutive major wins at the British Open and PGA Championship sandwiched around a victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

“That’s what I feel like I need going forward, consistency in my game and being up there each and every week,” added the four-times major champion.

BACK AT THE TOP

McIlroy, who dropped to sixth in the world rankings after struggling with an equipment change and off-course distractions in 2013, enhanced his standing as golf’s top player and many of his peers expect him to remain there for some time.

“I think we are witnessing at least a five-year spell as world number one (for McIlroy),” former U.S. Open champion Graeme McDowell said of his compatriot and long-time friend in a column for BBC Sport last month.

“I think he is going to dominate in the way Tiger Woods did in the early 2000s.”

In April, the long-hitting Watson withstood an inspired early challenge from playing partner and compatriot Jordan Spieth in the final round to win the season’s opening major, the Masters, by three shots at Augusta National.

Two months later in the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, an ice-cool Kaymer thrived in sweltering conditions to leave his closest pursuers trailing in his wake as he confirmed his status as one of the game’s very best.

McIlroy clinched the British Open, golf’s oldest major, by two strokes at Royal Liverpool in July and three weeks later went on to win the PGA Championship at Valhalla by one shot after a pulsating finale in near darkness.

Woods, meanwhile, missed the Masters and the U.S. Open following surgery to alleviate a disk issue before finishing 69th at the British Open.

After missing the cut at the PGA Championship, he was once again on the sidelines for four months while recovering from a back injury. (Editing by Frank Pingue)

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YEARENDER-Sport-Scandals leave cloud over memorable 2014

(Repeats from Dec 19)

By Julian Linden

SINGAPORE, Dec 30 (Reuters) – A year that was supposed to showcase the virtues of modern sport was instead smeared by a series of scandals that exposed the ugly underbelly of the games people love.

On the fields of play, the action in 2014 was at times breathtaking.

A German team, unshackled from its pragmatic past and playing with uninhibited flair, won a World Cup in Brazil that exceeded everyone’s wildest expectations.

Germany beat Argentina 1-0 in the final at the sprawling Maracana in Rio de Janeiro thanks to a superb extra-time goal from baby-faced substitute Mario Goetze to lift the trophy for the first time since 1990.

The hosts buckled under the weight of expectation, finishing fourth, but never had the samba nation shone so brightly on the world stage.

Magnanimous in defeat, Brazil delivered a tournament that will be remembered for its contagious carnival atmosphere, infecting everyone from the golden sands of Copacabana Beach to the Amazon rainforest.

But the year did not end well for the beautiful game with FIFA, soccer’s world governing body, fending of more accusations of bribery over its decision to award the 2018 World Cup to Russia and 2022 to Qatar.

FIFA cleared both of any of wrongdoing but the former U.S. prosecutor who led the investigation said it had misrepresented his findings and he later quit.

The timing of the 2022 World Cup is also causing problems with doctors warning the tournament will have to be moved from its usual summer slot to avoid the stifling heat in Qatar.

But any change could impact on the European leagues and potentially clash with the 2022 Winter Olympics, in either Beijing or Almaty, the only two cities in the bidding race.

The rest all dropped out, citing the astronomical $51 billion price tag for this year’s Winter Olympics in Sochi, and prompting the International Olympic Committee to introduce a raft of reforms.

Like Brazil’s World Cup, Russia’s Olympics went better than expected despite the inevitable collision between sport and politics. The buildup was overshadowed by threats of Islamist militant violence, an international outcry over a contentious “anti-gay propaganda” law and allegations of corruption.

JEALOUSY

Western critics labelled the Games a wasteful extravagance to show off modern Russia’s might. President Vladimir Putin said the complaints were fuelled by jealousy and reminiscent of the Cold War rhetoric that dominated Olympics in the 70s and 80s.

Russia’s Adelina Sotnikova won the women’s figure skating ahead of South Korea’s Kim Yuna, triggering complaints about the judging in the most-watched event of the Games.

In short-track speed-skating, Viktor Ahn won three gold medals for his adopted Russia — heaping yet more agony on his native South Koreans.

Ahn won three golds for South Korea in 2006 but swapped nations after he was not selected for the 2010 Vancouver Games.

Forty-year-old Ole Einar Bjoerndalen beat the odds to set a record of 13 Winter Games medals by winning the biathlon sprint and the mixed relay while Dutch speed skater Irene Wust won five medals, matching the record at a single Winter Olympics.

Russia finished top of the medals table with 13 golds but the country’s recent surge in sport was questioned later in the year with allegations of systemic doping by Russian athletes.

Racism, doping and domestic violence dominated the American sporting landscape in 2014.

Donald Sterling, the billionaire owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, was banned for life and eventually agreed to sell the franchise after a racist rant that overshadowed the San Antonio Spurs’ victory over the Miami Heat in the championship final.

Alex Rodriguez, baseball’s highest-paid player, missed the entire MLB season after ending a legal challenge to his record suspension for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs.

The San Francisco Giants won the World Series for the third time in five seasons, with ace pitcher Madison Bumgarner playing the starring role.

The NFL, America’s richest and most watched sport, played its first Super Bowl in the New York area — with the Seattle Seahawks beating the Denver Bronocs.

But the sport was plunged into crisis when Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice was caught on film punching his wife and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson used a tree branch to discipline his son.

The genteel sport of cricket was left heartbroken after the shock death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes — who was killed when he was hit in the head by a ball.

His death triggered a global outpouring of grief not seen since Formula One driver Ayrton Senna was killed in a high-speed crash 20 years ago.

Britain’s Lewis Hamilton, who grew up idolising Senna, won his second F1 driver’s title while Northern Irish golfer Rory McIlroy won the British Open and PGA championships titles.

Serena Williams showed why she remains the queen of women’s tennis, winning her sixth U.S. Open and finishing the year as the world’s oldest number one, aged 33.

The men’s game saw some new names in the grand slam winners’ enclosure with Stan Wawrinka winning in Australia and Marin Cilic taking the U.S. Open. (Editing by Martyn Herman)

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Golf-What a difference a year makes for McIlroy

(Repeats story first published on Dec 18)

By Tony Jimenez

LONDON, Dec 29 (Reuters) – Only a special performer can live up to a seismic pre-season prediction and, when he is old and grey and sitting in his rocking chair, Rory McIlroy will look back at 2014 as the year he became a true golfing great.

The tousle-haired Northern Irishman also ruled the roost two years ago, winning five times around the world, but a change of equipment and off-course distractions in 2013 caused a slump in form that saw him slide to sixth in the rankings.

Twelve months ago serious questions were being asked about McIlroy’s future but he responded like a champion, outplaying Adam Scott to end a year-long title drought at the Australian Open in December.

He then boasted about his plans for the season in an interview with the BBC in January.

“I won a major in 2011 and 2012 but not in 2013 so I’ll try to make up for that with two this year,” said McIlroy.

He was as good as his word, registering back-to-back major victories in the British Open and U.S. PGA Championship.

McIlroy also won the European Tour’s flagship event, the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth in May, the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio in August, and played an integral role in Europe’s Ryder Cup victory in September.

His resurgence came about despite more dramas away from the course.

McIlroy announced his split from fiancee Caroline Wozniacki at Wentworth and is still involved in a legal dispute with his former agents that will continue in 2015.

“I learned a lot from it,” the world number one said last month. “I feel I came through this year stronger and wiser.”

LAUNCH PAD

It was his remarkable victory at Wentworth that provided the launch pad for his stellar season.

The iconic West Course on the outskirts of London has never been McIlroy’s favourite piece of real estate but he shrugged off his indifference to the layout, and his much-publicised split with Wozniacki, to score a fairytale victory.

“I can’t explain it,” said McIlroy after pocketing the first prize of $1 million. “It’s been a week of very mixed emotions but I’m sitting here looking at this trophy going, ‘How the hell did it happen?’.”

The 25-year-old then repelled a last-round charge from Sergio Garcia to capture the first British Open title of his career at Hoylake in July.

McIlroy carried a six-shot lead into the final day and had to keep the jitters in check to win golf’s oldest major by two strokes.

He made it two wins in as many tournament appearances, snatching the world number one ranking away from Scott in the process, by easing to another two-shot triumph in Ohio.

McIlroy followed up by sealing a rare hat-trick of victories at the U.S. PGA Championship in Kentucky.

“I didn’t think in my wildest dreams I’d have a summer like this,” was his reaction after collecting the fourth major crown of his career.

Not surprisingly McIlroy succumbed to fatigue after a hectic 10-week run and narrowly failed to win the U.S. PGA Tour’s money-spinning FedExCup series in September.

However, he lit up the final day of the Ryder Cup in Scotland, spearheading Europe’s victory charge with a 5 & 4 demolition of Rickie Fowler in the singles that included four birdies and an eagle in a barnstorming six-hole start.

McIlroy then capped his best-ever season by finishing top of the European money-list in November.

Chief executive George O’Grady described McIlroy as a “credit to himself and to the European Tour”.

“It says something about his outstanding form that Rory ends the year as the dominant player not only on our tour but on the world stage,” said O’Grady. (Editing by Ken Ferris)

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Sport-Reuters poll award winners

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McIlroy ends year as top golfer

Paris (AFP) – Rory McIlroy made it a career total of 60 weeks as world number one on Monday with the final golf rankings of the year.

The Northern Irishman started the year as world number six, but after wins in the British Open in July and in the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational at the start of August he was back at the top.

He cemented that position with his fourth major title win at the US PGA Championship and ended the year almost three ranking points clear of second-placed Henrik Stenson of Sweden.

Tiger Woods, who was top-ranked at the start of the year, slumped to 32nd due to a run of injuries and related problems with his swing.

Masters champion Bubba Watson is the top-ranked American at fourth with Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama the top Asian at 16th.

Official World rankings at the end of 2014:

1. Rory McIlroy (NIR) 11.04pts

2. Henrik Stenson (SWE) 8.13

3. Adam Scott (AUS) 7.71

4. Bubba Watson (USA) 7.27

5. Sergio Garcia (ESP) 6.70

6. Justin Rose (ENG) 6.69

7. Jim Furyk (USA) 6.62

8. Jason Day (AUS) 5.81

9. Jordan Spieth (USA) 5.75

10. Rickie Fowler (USA) 5.47

11. Matt Kuchar (USA) 5.11

12. Martin Kaymer (GER) 4.86

13. Billy Horschel (USA) 4.78

14. Phil Mickelson (USA) 4.47

15. Graeme McDowell (NIR) 4.16

16. Hideki Matsuyama (JPN) 4.12

17. Victor Dubuisson (FRA) 4.02

18. Zach Johnson (USA) 3.83

19. Dustin Johnson (USA) 3.78

20. Chris Kirk (USA) 3.76

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Sweet Caroline interruption proves awkward for McIlroy

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Former world number two Steve Stricker has back surgery

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Former world number two Steve Stricker has back surgery

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