No matter how many times you type "Rory McIlroy," it's a good idea to double check the spelling of his last name. It's an even better idea to do that if you're in charge of signage at golf tournaments the World No. 3 is playing in. Especially when he's playing in a marquee group with the top two players in the world, Jordan Spieth and Jason Day, like he is at the WGC-Cadillac Championship, and everyone is watching:
Whoops. Again, that I-L combo is tricky, especially since a lowercase "l" looks identical to an uppercase "I" in a lot of fonts. We were going to let it pass, but then this happened, too. . .
Dare we say that the spelling so far this week at Trump National Doral has been very Trump-like?