McIlroy suggests limiting alcohol sales amid increasing fan rowdiness
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Rory McIlroy has heard enough.

Following the third round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, McIlroy suggested it may be time to curb instances of insolence due to intoxication during the course of play.

"There was one guy out there who kept yelling my wife's name," McIlroy said Saturday, according to ESPN's Bob Harig. "I was going to go over and have a chat with him. I don't know, I think it's gotten a little much, to be honest. I think that they need to limit alcohol sales on the course, or they need to do something, because every week, it seems like guys are complaining about it more and more."

McIlroy added he's all for fans coming out and enjoying themselves while watching tournaments, but qualified that by saying lines can be crossed when comments get personal and crowds get overly rowdy.

Perhaps it's a matter of simplifying the menu.

"It used to be you bring beers on the course but not liquor. And now it seems like everyone's walking around with a cocktail. So I don't know if it's just go back to people walking around with beers in their hand, that's fine, but I don't know."

McIlroy enters the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational trailing leader Henrik Stenson by two strokes.

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