Rory McIlroy has revealed a number of reasons as to why he has stepped away from the PGA Tour policy board this week following the first round of the DP World Tour Championship.
The World No.2 confirmed he has decided to remove his seat from the PGA Tour table as a result of wanting to focus more on his game heading into 2024.
McIlroy had served on the PGA Tour policy board for a period of five years, and most recently two years as a player director.
McIlroy also wants to spend more time with his wife Erica and young daughter Poppy, as well as put more time into his growing investment portfolio that also includes the emergence of his new tech-infused TGL with Tiger Woods in early 2024.
Speaking to the media after carding a 1-under 71 in the opening round of the season-ending DP World Tour Championship in Dubai, the Northern Irishman gave reasons for his exit from the PGA Tour policy board.
McIlroy finds himself four strokes off the pace heading into the second round of the DP World Tour Championship.
Julien Gurrier, Matthieu Pavon and Nicolai Hojgaard find themselves out in front on 5-under par.
Defending champion Jon Rahm finished bogey-bogey to fall back to level par.
McIlroy will look to complete the career grand slam at The Masters in April 2024.
Despite being a four-time major champion, McIlroy has not won a major since the 2014 US PGA Championship.
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