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Its been said more than once that the Masters doesn’t start until the back nine on Sunday. One player remembers vividly the significance of that statement and specifically what that day meant to his young career. “It was the most important day of my career, yeah, bar none,” said Rory McIlroy. “It was the most important day, because if I had not have had that happen to me, who knows where I would have been. I learnt so much from that day. I learnt what I shouldn't do when I'm in that situation again.  You learn way more from those days than you do from your victories. Everyone needs to go through them at some point in their life, whether it's golf or whatever, you make mistakes, and that's where you learn and move on and become better at whatever you want to do.”