Rory McIlroy dismissed suggestions his final rounds were an issue as he prepares for the RBC Heritage.
In the first tournament back after the coronavirus-enforced break, world number one McIlroy was in contention at the Charles Schwab Challenge before finishing in a tie for 32nd following a final-round 74.
The Northern Irishman is without a win in five starts this year, but McIlroy said Sundays were no issue.
“I wouldn’t say that Sundays this year have been disappointing,” he told a news conference on Wednesday.
“Maybe Bay Hill [at the Arnold Palmer Invitational], I would say was disappointing, and obviously last week, but that was just more annoying, like I played crap. That was really it.
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“Like it wasn’t as if it was anything to do with the position I was in or I got off to a really bad start and got into the rough on the front nine and hit decent shots that ended up in a bunker or a bad lie or whatever and just … it’s one of those things where the momentum just started going the other way.
“It’s fine. I played okay last week. It was a good gauge to see where I was at and what I needed to practice and what I needed to do going into the next few weeks.
“Obviously disappointing not to shoot a good one on Sunday, but it was fine. I learnt quite a bit from it, and hopefully those lessons I can put into practice this week.”