Rory McIlroy made his 2016 PGA Tour debut on Thursday, which also happened to be his first time playing historic Riviera. Not that anyone could tell. McIlroy fired a four-under-par 67 to place himself near the lead of those playing in the early wave of the first round. And thanks to the PGA Tour, we can take a look at some of the World No. 2's highlights.
Here, Rory birdies Riviera's famed No. 10, his first hole of the day:
Then on No. 11, McIlroy showed off his fairway wood game:
McIlroy nearly holed that 73-foot eagle putt before tapping in for birdie. And this was all he had left for birdie on No. 7, his 16th hole of the day:
And aside from his putting, it's good to see his tour sauce game is in mid-season form:
Bubba Watson and Chez Reavie currently share the lead at five under.