The PGA Tour end of year performance reviews are in and Rory McIlroy has his say

Rors explains his shirt rip, Justin Thomas details his beer chugging exploits and Tyrrell Hatton talks being the world's worst golfer...

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Wed, 29 Dec 2021
The PGA Tour end of year performance reviews are in and Rory McIlroy has his say

When it comes to hilarious content the European Tour, now the DP World Tour, stands alone. 

Over the years we have seem some pretty funny videos with some of the game's finest playing spoof versions of themselves.

We've had angry golfers therapy. We've had the European Tour players brainstorming ideas for new features.

And now they have done it again and teamed up with the PGA Tour to go through the end of year performance reviews. 

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Watch the video below:

Justin Rose, Rory McIlroy, Collin Morikawa, Justin Thomas, Tyrrell Hatton, Jordan Spieth and Henrik Stenson all star in the short clip. 

Scottie Scheffler also makes a cameo. 

The actor John C. McGinley, of Scrubs and Se7en fame, stars as the PGA Tour's performance director. 

First up is McIlroy, who says he is his own harshest critic.

McGinley mocks his wins with air quotation marks. 

"They were legitimate wins," McIlroy states, before going onto explain the rationale behind the infamous shirt rip. 

Then we have Spieth who plays on the fact he is sitting in the room without his closest confidante and caddie Michael Greller. 

Angry golfer Hatton stands firm on his assertion that he is the "worst golfer in the planet". 

Thomas explains how and why he chugged a beer at the Ryder Cup.

Rose explains his close relationship with Niall Horan.

Elsewhere, Morikawa explains how he doesn't think he is perfect.

"Frustrated lunatic" Hatton closes out the video. 

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