Rory McIlroy pledges to make it a dream come true at The 150th British Open
Rory McIlroy and Viktor Hovland lead The 150th British Open after third rounds
Rory McIlroy said he was doing his best to stay in his "own little world" at the 150th Open
crowds flocked to watch him fire a round of 66 to share a four-shot lead on the final day at Victor Hovland St. Andrews.
"The support I've had this week has been absolutely incredible," McIlroy said.
"I appreciate it and I feel it there. But at the same time
I'm trying my hardest to stay in my own little world because that's the best way to get the best out of me.
The Northern Irishman is well aware of his eight-year wait for a major championship since his Open victory
said the distraction on the Old Course has proved the best preparation for the 33-year-old