I remember the first time I saw Rory McIlroy teeing off on television, probably at 15 years old in a tournament on the European Tour. It was poetry in motion. I distinctly remember the TV commenter in his British accent swoon with a remark that probably only sounds normal to people in that part of the world -- he said, "Sweet as a nut." And Rory hit the golfing world with quite a storm in those early years, winning tournaments and majors with enormous power for his slight frame, and a feel on and around the greens of a grizzled veteran. The last several years have been more of struggle for Rory, and he's suffered quite a drought in Major wins since 2014, but his form of late is really rounding out. If anything it's his putting that's let him down, but if and when he heats up again he'll be quite a force because he's still one of the longest players out there each week. His club setup these days is all TaylorMades from Driver through to the Putter, and it seems that he's been tinkering with different putters to try to regain the magic on the greens. Now in his 30s, he's looking to find another gear and hopefully fulfill his potential in his prime playing years on the tour.