Rory McIlroy focused on success at majors

McIlroy targets more majors
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Rory McIlroy admits that his focus will continue to be on golf's major tournaments.

Rory McIlroy has admitted that his focus is to add to the two majors he has won in his career.

The Northern Irishman has already triumphed at the US Open and the USPGA Championship but insists that his target is to continue winning on the biggest stage, starting with the Masters next week.

McIlroy said: "I'm halfway to the career Grand Slam and that's one of the pieces of the puzzle. The Open Championship is the other.

"That's a big goal for me - to try to win more major championships. I feel like I'm at a stage now where, sure I want to win other tournaments, but the majors are the focus."

The 23-year-old lost his status as world number one to Tiger Woods last month.

Rory McIlroy tees off during the final round of the World Tour Championship in Dubai on November 25, 2012
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