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Even McIlroy Wary of All the Hype

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Padraig Harrington said on Saturday that Rory McIlroy, not Tiger Woods, could be the one to break the Jack Nicklaus all-time majors record.

"If you’re going to talk about someone challenging Jack’s record," the three-time major champion said, “He’s your man.”

"When you are winning majors at 22, with his talent, and he’s got 20-something more years to play majors, and another 100 majors in him, I would give him a great chance to catch Jack.”

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