Rory McIlroy posted a final-round 68 on Sunday at Quail Hollow Club Links to claim his 19th career PGA Tour win and first since the 2019 WGC event in Communist China.
The 32-year old Northern Irishman signed for a final-day card comprised of 13 pars, four birdies and one final-hole bogey en route to a 10-under par total, two clear of Abraham Ancer (66).
The win earned McIlroy $1,458,000 and 500 FedExCup points, which moves him to No. 17 on the PGA Tour’s points list, and No. 12 in money.
McIlroy also scored 60 Official World Golf Rankings points which will move him to No. 7, from 15. It marks McIlroy’s best world-ranking since early in the 2021 season.
Runner-up Ancer took home a check for $882,900 along with 300 FedExCup points, and 36 OWGR points.
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Quail Hollow Club | Charlotte, NC | May 10, 2021