Tiger Woods' aura of invincibility may be a thing of the past. I'm not totally sure of that, but things are getting more interesting on the tour. There are some young guns who are serious about winning and look to have that killer instinct that Woods has had a monopoly on in professional golf for the past 13 years. Anthony Kim, Dustin Johnson, Camillo Villegas and now Rory McIlroy are serious contenders for Majors. McIlroy lit up Quail Hollow to take home the victory with a 62 in the final round at Charlotte and the million plus paycheck. He hit an incredible five iron to three feet on the par-five 15th for an eagle. He broke the course record, and is the youngest player, at 20, to win a PGA tour title since Tiger Woods did it in October of 1996 at the Las Vegas International Tournament. McIlroy's birthday is Tuesday, so he is a little bit older than Woods was when he won (couple of months). This kid could be something else.