McIlroy misses cut by 2 strokes at Pebble Beach Pro-Am
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Rory McIlroy's first PGA tournament of the year didn't go exactly as planned, as the 28-year-old Northern Irishman missed the 54-hole cut at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Saturday.

McIlroy was teeing it up this week with his Father, Gerry, but was disappointed with his overall performance.

"I wish I could have played a little bit better for him and wish we would have both been around to play tomorrow," McIlroy said after missing the cut, per Bob Harig of ESPN. "But it was a really cool few days, and even though the golf didn't quite go where we wanted it to, we still had a good time."

In a tournament meant for fine-tuning, Rory struggled on the greens, firing three 3-putts in his round Friday, only to miss the cut Saturday by two strokes.

"Today I hit some really good shots, and I just need a few putts to fall, and I think sometimes with these poa annua greens, you start to get a little bit tentative with them, and it just gets away from you," said McIlroy.

"So I let the greens get in my head a little bit, and it was hard to get out of that mindset."

McIlroy will be in the field next week at the Riviera Country Club for the Genesis Open.

McIlroy misses cut by 2 strokes at Pebble Beach Pro-Am
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