FedExCup champion Rory McIlroy Was named as the PGA Tour Player of the Year for Another time.
The 30-year-old conquer world No 1 Brooks Koepka to the name after registering three victories following wins at the Players Championship and also RBC Canadian Open by claiming the season-ending Tour Championship.
PGA Tour members enrolled 14 top-10s in the 19 starts and voted mcIlroy, having previously won the accolade at 2012 and 2014.
PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan said:”While there are a number of honours one can get in this match, PGA Tour Player of the Year has to be one of the very satisfying as it comes straight out of his peers.
“Rory’s season has been a model of consistency punctuated by landmark successes and finally the FedExCup in Atlanta.”
Before settling for second behind Dustin Johnson at the WGC-Mexico Championship mcIlroy published a tied-fourth finish in his Sentry Tournament of Champions debut and at Genesis Open and the Farmers Insurance Open.
The Northern Irishman claimed a share of fourth in his title defence but returned to the winner’s group a week afterwards, holding on for a one-shot win in The Players.
McIlroy suffered a last-16 exit to Tiger Woods in the WGC-Dell Match Play and failed in his most recent pursuit to complete the career Grand Slam, finishing tied-21st at the Masters, before following back-to-back top-10s at Quail Hollow and Bethpage Black with his first missed cut of the year at The Museum.
The former world # 1 rebounds back to cruise to success in Canada, where he broke the tournament record with a final-round 61 on his path to some seven-shot win, with McIlroy then completing tied-ninth in the united states Open to finish a streak of three consecutive missed cuts in the occasion.
McIlroy suffered disappointment with an departure at The Open on home soil, before finishing tied-fourth in the WGC-FedEx St Jude Invitational alongside eventual winner Koepka after a 71 quadruple-bogeying the hole at Royal Portrush.
The winner finished tied-fourth and to head to East Lake fifth in the standings, in which McIlroy enrolled a four-shot win to claim the FedExCup for another time and its own $15million jackpot.
Matt Kuchar, koepka and Xander Schauffele would be the players shortlisted for the award, although Sungjae Im had been voted the 2019 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year.