Rory MCIlroy Net Worth

Rory MCIlroy is an Ireland-born professional golfer. Rory MCIlroy Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $170 Million. Explore more about Rory MCIlroy‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 12 million and monthly income 1 million.

Rory MCIlroy Full name Rory MCIlroy MBE. His nick Name was Rory MCIlroy. Rory MCIlroy now 33 Years old .

Rory MCIlroy Father Gerry McIIroy  and his Mother Rosie McIIroy  .

Rory MCIlroy Spouse  was  Erica Stoll . He has one kids.

He was born in 4 May 1989  in Holywood, Northern, Ireland.

Rory MCIlroy complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Rory MCIlroy’s Career

By age 15, Rory had won the Junior Ryder Cup in 2004 with the European team. He also won championships across Ireland, and in 2005 he became the youngest winner of the West of Ireland Championship and the Irish Close Championship. One year later, he was earning his stripes by winning the European Amateur. During the next few years, McIlroy competed in the Walker Cup, the British Masters, the Dubai Desert Classic, and the Open Championship.

In 2007, McIlroy was ready to become a professional golfer. His first season went well, and he scored particularly highly at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. By the start of 2008, he had joined the ranks of the top 200 golfers in the world. That year, he narrowly missed out on a win at the Omega European Masters. By the end of 2008, he had become the 39th ranked golfer in the world. In 2009, McIlroy secured his first win in 2009 with a victory at the Dubai Desert Classic. This win took him to the 16th spot on the world rankings. That year, he also participated in his first Masters Tournament, finishing 20th. After a spell of impressive results in European events, McIlroy finished 2009 with a top ten world ranking.

In 2010, McIlroy won his first PGA Tour event with a win at the Quail Hollow Championship. McIlroy hadn’t even reached the age of 21, which meant he was the first golfer since Tiger Woods to secure a PGA Tour win at this young age. After setting a first-round record for the Old Course at St. Andrews, he finished 2010 with a world ranking of seventh.