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Watch: Rory accomplishes a ShotLink era first at Bay Hill

Watch: Rory accomplishes a ShotLink era first at Bay Hill

Rory McIlroy did something Saturday that’s never been done in the history of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Well, at least since the ShotLink era began in 2003.

McIlroy drove the green at Bay Hill Club and Lodge’s 401-yard, par-4 10th hole. According to ShotLink, McIlroy hit his drive 365 yards, cutting the severe right dogleg and finding the front part of the green, about 65 feet from the hole.

He then two-putted for an easy birdie to move back to even par for the tournament.