Rory McIlroy won his second FedEx Cup title in August
Rory McIlroy believes that 2019 has been one of his most consistent seasons after being fourth in the season-dependent DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.
McIlroy won the Players Championship, Canadian Open, FedEx Cup and WGC-HSBC Champions title during the year.
The Northern Irishman missed the cut in his home Open Championship at Royal Portrush, but was named the PGA Tour & Player of the Year for the third time.
"I really look back on 2019," said the 30-year-old.
"A lot of good golf has been played, probably some of my most consistent golf – and I have four wins.
" It was also a grade. I have learned a number of things that I want to continue to next year. "
McIlroy & # 39; s attempt to match his five best career titles in a calendar year fell short after shooting a final round of 73 in Dubai and the four-time big winner says he is ready to be to charge batteries during the winter break.
"First of all, I look forward to a few months off, thinking about everything and preparing myself for the following year," he added.
"I will try not to touch my clubs for the rest of the year to try a four or five week break.
"Then in the new year I start to get ready again before I start playing in the last week of January.
" I will spend time with my family. I'm going back home for Christmas for the first time in a few years, which will be fun.
"I'm really just trying to get rid of it. I might do a little gym work, enjoy the Florida sunshine for a few weeks before I enjoy Christmas at home."