“If somebody asks me whether I’d rather sink the winning putt in the Ryder Cup or win a major, it’s the major every day. World championship or Ryder Cup? Win a world championship. At the end of the day, you’re going to be remembered for what you achieve in an individual sport.” Rory McIlroy
Does Rory have it in him to Win another Major?
Elloitt Heath writes for Golf Monthly [26th January 2021]: “Yes he hasn’t won one since 2014, and yes he appears to have some final round struggles most recently at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship where he got totally outplayed by Tyrrell Hatton. But the reaction to that performance, as always with Rory, is totally over the top. I have seen many comments claiming he will never win a Major again because of that performance. “He just cannot get it done,” “his putting is the problem,” “there is something in his head going on.” These are the comments of people who have no idea what is going on and these people underestimate just how hard it is to win a regular professional event, let alone a Major. The problem is Tiger made winning look so easy that we assume other players can do it too. So why do I think Rory will win a Major? Well, he is only 31 years old for a start. It is not outrageous to say that his best golf could be ahead of him. He can also clearly compete at the highest level but the way he is talked about sometimes, you would think he had totally lost his swing like Jordan Spieth. The third reason is with the truly great players, and no matter how much you try and deny it Rory is a truly great player, you can never say never. Never is a long time. The same people who say Rory can never win one are probably the same people who said Michael Jordan couldn’t win after coming back from baseball, or Tom Brady can’t get to a Superbowl at 43. You can never count the great players out. What is interesting about Rory is how quickly people’s opinion of him changes. Back in 2019 he won four times and everybody picked him to win each Major. Then he didn’t win in 2020 for a variety of reasons (new baby, Covid, weird year), and now people say he can’t win again. Totally over the top reaction as per usual. Does he have some things to sort out? Of course but show me a player who doesn’t. Call me mad but I am going to back the four-time Major winner.”
“I realise that every time my face is on TV or I’m playing in a tournament, that I am a role model for a lot of people and a lot of kids do look up to me. I try to do my best in that regard and put myself across as honestly and as modestly as possible, as well.” Rory McIlroy
Rory’s 2023 Human Blueprint is coded for him to WIN big again!
Building on what Heath said above, we chose to analyse the Northern Irishman’s Intelligent Mathematical Blueprint [IMB] with the focus question being: Will Rory McIlroy win another Major? What we are about to reveal to you through Human Futurology Blueprint Research techniques that have been developed over a number of years by Chris Styles of 365 Pin Code, is that Rory’s bespoke human blueprint is coded for this to happen in 2023! Below, we present supporting numerical lifepath evidence to substantiate why we say this and why his golden moments will happen again during H1 2023 [H1: the first half of the year: January – June].
What majors has Rory won and when?
McIlroy has been in contention at plenty of major tournaments, but he hasn’t won one since 2014. He has won four major tournaments: the U.S. Open in 2011, the PGA Championship (twice, in 2012 and 2014) and The Open Championship (also in 2014). McIlroy has yet to win the Masters, though he has come close on several occasions. He finished second in 2022, with Scottie Scheffler denying the Northern Irishman the career Grand Slam. He has participated in the event every year since 2009 and he has logged seven top-10 finishes in those 14 appearances.
“I started to really believe in myself, and my abilities when I won the World Under 10 championship in Florida. I was nine and saw for the first time that I was amongst the best players in the world for my age. This was a massive confidence builder for me.” Rory McIlroy
Know and remember this: No7 is a magical number in Rory’s blueprint
2014 was a stellar year for Rory. He won the PGA and the British Open at Royal Liverpool (!!Royal Liverpool is where The 151st Open Championship  will be hosted!!), finished tied for eighth at the Masters, and tied for 23rd at the U.S. Open. 2014 [2014 = 2+0+1+4 = 7] was a No7 universal year which synchronises perfectly with Rory’s No7 hidden passion (see the data table below which reveals that his hidden passion numbers are 7 and 9, scoring incredibly high at 327 of target which truth be told, is an off-the-chart score for these two numbers, especially No7). Now, 2023, which is just around the corner, is again No7 universal year [2023 = 2+0+2+3 = 7]. This bodes well for Wee-Mc because in 2023, his No7 hidden passion (the analytical specialist, the seeker of truths, the intelligent curious one) will once again be firmly in frame and given how well he performed in 2014, this has tremendous upside, performance wise.
Data Table showing that Rory McIlroy has a No7 Hidden Passion
Thing is, knowing the above, is at best anecdotal. To look into the future and get strategic insights into what RM’s performance will be, requires hard data for pattern analytics [see data table below]. The reason we believe the correct answer to the burning question “Will Rory McIlroy win another Major”, is YES, and that the likelihood of this happening next year  is extremely high, becomes blatantly obvious when we map and model his lifepath data-matrix. To do this we deploy well over a hundred of RMs unique data points! His Intelligent Mathematical Blueprint reveals golden performance years from 2023 through to 2028 with 2029 (can you see the Two Double 4’s? Note that Rory is born on the 4th which makes his personal energy a No4 vibration) being an extremely impactful year personally and balance wise [13//4].
Will Rory McIlroy win another major? His Intelligent Mathematical Blueprint says YES!
2014, the year Rory won TWO major, had as his annual data-string:
2023, the year we believe he will again win at least one major, has as his annual data-string:
The two data-strings are IDENTICAL.
Rory’s 2013 to 2016 were defined or themed by Annual Experience Number 16//7 [BOLD Black 16//7] and Rory’s 2023 to 2028 are defined by Annual Experience Number 16//7 [BOLD Black 16//7]. There’s tremendously powerful numerical pattern synchronicity happening between these two periods of his life. Now you understand why we are prepared to boldly and bravely state that he will win a more Majors before the end of 2029 and that the likelihood of his winning The Masters along the way, and completing the Grand Slam in golf, has a probability of around 0,9 [90%].
Quarterly Pinnacles for Rory McIlroy [2023; Focal Sequence is 16//7]
We have revealed to you that the number sequence defining Rory’s 2023 is 16//7. Now, we have developed the ability to dill down even further, defining his quarterly experiences for 2023. What we see is that Q1 [January 2023 to March 2023] and Q2 [April 2023 to June 2023] are defined by 16//7, which means that for Rory McIlroy, doubled up numerical synchronicity is happening during these months of 2023. The US Masters returns to Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia between 06 – 09 April 2023. That’s slap bang in the middle of this golden streak for McIlroy. Are you excited yet? We are, because we see 2023 as being the year when Rory gets his green jacket!
Quarterly Pinnacles for Rory McIlroy [2023; Focal Sequence is 16//7]
H2 2024 is another golden streak for Rory…
Quarterly Pinnacles for Rory McIlroy [2025; Focal Sequence is 16//7]
Rory’s personal attainment is the No9. It is also his other Hidden Passion. 2025 is coded to be a MASSIVE year for Rory, will ALL 4 quarterly pinnacles, aligning perfectly with and to his No9 attainment!