Rory McIlroy win at 2022 RBC Canadian Open

Rory McIlroy win at 2022 RBC Canadian Open

There maybe hasn't been a more grounded pundit of the LIV Golf Invitational Series on the PGA Tour than Rory McIlroy.

A final round of 62 allowed Rory McIlroy to defend his title and win the RBC Canadian Open, ahead of Tony Finau (-17) and Justin Thomas (-15), thanks to a cumulative -19 at the Royal St. George’s Golf Club in Toronto.

After a faultless initial nine of 29, his best in his profession, the Northern Irishman assumed command over the competition. With two intruders between the thirteenth and sixteenth openings, McIlroy had an unfilled section until the end of the round.

Thomas and McIlroy were endlessly neck with two openings to play, both at short 17. McIlroy scored a birdie on the seventeenth opening, and he exploited an intruder from Thomas to fashion a two-shot lead and rush to triumph.

Finau dealt with a long birdie run on the 72nd opening of the competition to come in just short of the win alone at less 17.

Minutes after the fact, McIlroy made a short roll to affirm his triumph and light a noticeably vivacious group, a scene that didn't be ignored by McIlroy.

"I think after COVID-19, I wanted a reset. I reinvested more in my game. I understood what satisfies me… that fulfills me," McIlroy expressed, highlighting the group cheering him behind him.

McIlroy and Finau had begun the last round in the number one spot at short 11, and Thomas finished their playgroup.

Justin Rose had an incredible round with a score of 60 to climb the rankings. Rose botched the potential chance to break the 60 imprint as he missed a 18-foot roll for standard on the eighteenth opening.

Also, Rose rested at less 11 after 15 openings, creator of three hawks. Nonetheless, he committed two intruder on the last three openings, getting away from a round under 60. He actually approaches the best round of his vocation.

"I've never played 59, so it would have finished the week on a high note," said Rose, who committed an intruder on the eighteenth opening.

With a score of 62 in the last round, Canada's Corey Conners completed the competition in sixth spot, seven shots from the head.

Adam Svensson (- 6) was 21st, Mackenzie Hughes (- 4) and Nick Taylor (- 4) was 28th, Adam Hadwin (- 3) was 35th, and Aaron Cockerill was 48th (N).