ST ANDREWS - Two-time Major winner Rory McIlroy should be allowed to represent Ireland at the 2016 Olympics and not have to make his own mind up about who he plays for, Peter Dawson, CEO of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews (R & A) said. Dawson, who played a key role in golf regaining its' place at the Olympics when it was voted back in four years ago, said it was unfair placing the pressure on the 23-year-old Northern Ireland-born golfer to make up his mind. McIlroy could play for eitherGreat BritainorIrelandat the Olympics.Dawson, though said he hoped that the decision would be taken out of McIlroy's hands. "Because of Rory's history of playing forIrelandat amateur level and at World Cup there may be a regulation within the Olympic rules which would determine who he would have to play for." – AFP