| Latest Golf News | Monday September 10 2012 12:11
Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy continues to stamp his mark on the US PGA Tour.
McIlroy has become the first player since Tiger Woods in 2009 to win back to back playoff tournaments, winning the latest event in Indiana by two shots.
The world number one has now won three of his last four starts against the best best golfers on the planet.
"Last week it was myself, Lee (Westwood), Tiger (Woods), DJ (Trahan). This week myself, Phil (Mickelson), Lee, Tiger, DJ... the fields are really deep and it's great to be able to win events like this where the quality of the field is so good."
"I felt like I was probably a little bit more on my game last week. I scrambled really well yesterday to still give myself a chance going into today and did some great work on the range last night and drove the ball beautifully and set myself up to attack these pins."
It's the 23-year-old's sixth victory, which includes two majors.
"I never really thought about it, I just wanted to go out and play as best as I could and I knew if I played to my ability that I would win events. I didn't think that everything would happen so quickly but now I'm just on a great run at the minute, and trying to keep that going for as long as possible."
Lee Westwood and Phil Mickelson have finished two shots off the pace in a tie for third, with Woods a shot back in a share of fourth.