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Rory Mcllroy is an Irish Professional Golf player. Here, you will know his net worth, salary, age, height, wife and all the recent news.
In 2005, McIlroy made history by being the youngest player to ever win the West of Ireland Championship as well as the Irish Close Championship. After another year had passed, he established a new record for the youngest player to ever receive a tour card for the European tour via competition.
In 2010, when McIlroy won his debut tournament on the PGA Tour, he not only established a new record for the course, but he also became the first player since Tiger Woods to win a PGA Tour event before reaching the age of 21.
McIlroy’s victory in the US Open in 2011 was accompanied by a number of records, the most remarkable of which was his aggregate score for all 72 holes, which was 268 (16 under).
In addition to Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus, he is one of just three players in history to have won four majors before the age of 25.
In 2019, he broke Tiger Woods’s record for youngest player to spend 500 weeks within the top 10 by four months to become the youngest player ever to accomplish this feat.
Rory Mcllroy Personal Informations:
The player was born on May 4, 1989. So, he is 32 years of age.
Rory McIlroy’s Net Worth, Salary, and Earnings:
McIlroy net worth is $150 million in 2022. He is 7th all-time in golf earnings with nearly $54 million. McIlroy earned €10 million at 22.
After Nike discontinued making golf equipment, McIlroy secured a $100 million deal with TaylorMade. He still wears Nike clothes and sneakers. McIlroy is also backed by watchmakers Omega, which issued a special edition Speedmaster ’57 in September.
Rory has a height of 175 cm. His weight is 73 kg.
The player has a nickname for Rors. He is also called by Wee-Mac by his friends and family.
The player is married to his beautiful wife Erica Stoll since 2017. They have one child in their family.
Recent News About Rory McIlroy:
In the month of January, McIlroy was in the running to win the Slync.io Dubai Desert Classic for the third time overall in his professional career. When he was playing the final hole, he was tied for the lead when he hit his second shot into the water. As a result, he was unable to make par, and he was eliminated from contention for the championship by one stroke.
This past April, he competed in the Masters Tournament and ended in second place. Currently he is in the leading seat of the PGA Championship 2022.