What is Rory Mcilroy Net Worth?

Rory Mcilroy Net Worth is US$ 160 Million as of 2022.

Net Worth US$ 160 Million
Born:May 4, 1989 (33 Years)
Full NameRory Daniel McIlroy MBE
GenderMale
Height5′ 8″
HoroscopeTaurus
Country of OriginNorthern Ireland
Source of WealthGolfer
Marital StatusMarried
Spouse (s)Erica Stoll (m.2017)
ChildrenPoppy
Famous ForA member of both the European and PGA Tours

Biography

Rory Mcilroy Net Worth is US$ 160 Million as of 2022.

Rory McIlroy is from Northern Irish and is a professional golfer. Being a member of European and PGA Tours, he was ranked number 1 for around 100 weeks during his career. Rory was 25 when he won the U.S. Open in 2011, the PGA Championship in 2012, and the Open Championship & PGA in 2014. Rory is one of the well proficient golfers from the twenty-first century and one of the richest. In 2007, Rory won four titles and Majors since he joined the professional ranks.

Timeline

2007

  • Rory turned professional the day earlier, the Quinn Direct British Masters.
  • Rory contracted with International Sports Management.

2008

Rory got his 2008s card the following week by concluding in a draw for fourth place at the Open de Madrid Valle Romano.

2009

Rory made his 1st Masters Tournament appearance as a professional in his 1st main championship.

2010

Rory recorded his 1st PGA Tour victory in the final round of the Quail Hollow Championship after shooting 62.

2011

  • In Bethesda, Maryland, Rory won his 1st major championship at the U.S. Open at Congressional. During the championship’s 3rd round, to reach 14-under par, he became the 1st player.
  • He finished the round to capture the 54-hole at U.S. Open scoring record, posting a 3-round total of 199 (-14).

2012

  • Rory won the PGA Tour Player of the Year, PGA Player of the Year, Byron Nelson Award, and Vardon Trophy.
  • Rory also won the Mark H. McCormack Award for the maximum number of weeks in the year (28 of 52 weeks).
  • In the classification Breakthrough of the Year, he won a Laureus World Sports Award.
  • Rory ended the draw fifth on 14-under-par, 4 strokes behind winner Rafa Cabrera-Bello at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
  • In South Carolina at Kiawah Island (Ocean Course), Rory won the 2012 PGA Championship.

2013

  • On the 72nd hole, Rory won the 2013 Emirates Australian Open.
  • Rory beat Adam Scott from Australia by one stroke.

2014

  • In England, at Wentworth, Rory won the BMW PGA Championship by one stroke.
  • Rory won the 2014 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool by two strokes against Sergio García and Rickie Fowler.

2015

  • Rory shot a course-record 61 in the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Quail Hollow Club.
  • Rory won the championship for the 2nd time with a tournament record score of 7 strokes.
  • Rory won European Tour Golfer of the Year for the 3rd time (2012, 2014).

2016

In the WGC-Cadillac Championship’s final round, Rory acquired a three-shot lead at Doral.

2018

Rory qualified for the European team participating in Ryder Cup.

2019

  • Rory won the PGA Tour Player of the Year award for the 3rd time (2012, 2014).
  • He also won the Byron Nelson Award and Vardon Trophy for the 3rd time
  • In Hamilton, by 7 strokes, Rory won the RBC Canadian Open.

2020

  • From Brooks Koepka, Rory got the world’s No. one ranking.
  • In May, with Dustin Johnson, Rory won a charity skins game.

2021

Rory won at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte the “Wells Fargo Championship” by one stroke in North Carolina.

2022

  • Rory won the Byron Nelson Award and Vardon Trophy for the 4th time.
  • Rory defended at the RBC Canadian Open; he shot a final-round 62 to win by two shots ahead of Tony Finau.
  • At Congaree Golf Club, Rory defended the CJ Cup in South Carolina.

Early Life

Gerry McIlroy and Rosie McDonald’s child Rory Mcilroy was born in Northern Ireland’s Hollywood, Country Down, on May 4, 1989. Rory completed his primary education at St. Patrick’s Primary School and his education at Sullivan Upper School. His father is a professional golf player; he played at the scratch handicap level. His father followed the demonstration by Nick Faldo for the appropriate grip. Rory learned from his father to hold a golf club. His father used to show him Hollywood Golf Club every day virtually. Rory joined the club at the age of 7, being the youngest player. For the age group of 9-10, Rory won an international tournament, his first major achievement in the World Championship. The match was in Miami’s Doral Golf Resort &

Rory and Michael did their early training together. Rory was the youngest winner of the Irish Close Championship and West of Ireland Championships in 2005.

In 2006, he reserved the West of Ireland Championship and tracked that with back-to-back wins at the Irish Close Championship.

At the Open Championship, Rory was awarded “The Silver Medal” for the “leading amateur” held at Carnoustie in 2007.

Career

In September 2007, Rory turned professional the day earlier, the Quinn Direct British Masters. Rory contracted with International Sports Management.

Rory got his 2008s card the following week by concluding in a draw for fourth place at the Open de Madrid Valle Romano. He earned a tour card. In The European Tour’s history, Rory was the youngest Affiliate Member.

In 2009, Rory made his 1st Masters Tournament appearance as a professional in his 1st main championship. He ended the tournament draw for 20th place, two strokes under par.

In 2010, Rory recorded his 1st PGA Tour victory in the final round of the Quail Hollow Championship after shooting 62. The game set a new course record and ended with six successive scores of three.

In 2011, in Bethesda, Maryland, Rory won his 1st major championship at the U.S. Open at Congressional. The same year at the time of the championship’s 3rd round, to reach 14-under par, he became the 1st player at the tournament by assembling a birdie at the fifteenth hole. At U.S. Open scoring record, he finished the game to capture the 54-hole, posting a 3-round total of 199 (-14).

Rory ended the draw fifth on 14-under-par, 4 strokes behind winner Rafa Cabrera-Bello at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic in 2012. The same year in South Carolina at Kiawah Island (Ocean Course), Rory won the 2012 PGA Championship.

On the 72nd hole, Rory won the 2013 Emirates Australian Open. Rory beat Adam Scott from Australia by one stroke.

In 2014, in England, at Wentworth, Rory won the BMW PGA Championship by one stroke. The same year in July, Rory won the 2014 Open Championship at Royal Liverpool by two strokes against Sergio García and Rickie Fowler.

In 2015, Rory shot a course-record 61 in the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Quail Hollow Club. Rory won the championship for the 2nd time with a tournament record score of 7 strokes. This was his 2nd victory in three straight events.

Chasing his 1stvictory of the year, the WGC-Cadillac Championship’s final round, Rory acquired a three-shot lead at Doral. But faltered with a two-over-par 74 to finish two shots behind winner Adam Scott in 2016.

In 2018, Rory got qualified for Ryder Cup for the European team participating.

In 2019, in Hamilton, by 7 strokes, Rory won the RBC Canadian Open. Rory scored a final-round 61 to win the tournament.

In 2020, from Brooks Koepka, Rory got the world’s No. one ranking. The same year in May, Rory, with Dustin Johnson, won in a charity skins game.

In 2021, Rory won at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte the “Wells Fargo Championship” by one stroke in North Carolina. Rory won this tournament for the 3rd time. It was his nineteenth PGA Tour victory.

In 2022, Rory defended at the RBC Canadian Open; he shot a final-round 62 to win by two shots ahead of Tony Finau. The same year in October, at Congaree Golf Club, Rory defended the CJ Cup in South Carolina.

Awards

Rory won the PGA Tour Player of the Year, PGA Player of the Year, Byron Nelson Award, and Vardon Trophy in 2012. For leading the Official World Golf Ranking, Rory also won the Mark H. McCormack Award for the maximum number of weeks in the year (28 of 52 weeks). The same year in the classification Breakthrough of the Year, he won a Laureus World Sports Award.

Rory won European Tour Golfer of the Year for the 3rd time (2012, 2014) in 2015.

In 2019, Rory won the PGA Tour Player of the Year award for the 3rd time (2012, 2014). The same year he also won the Byron Nelson Award and Vardon Trophy for the 3rd time.

In 2022, Rory won the Byron Nelson Award and Vardon Trophy for the 4th time.

Highlights

PGA Tour wins

  • Quail Hollow Championship (2010)
  • U.S. Open (2011)
  • Deutsche Bank Championship (2012, 2016)
  • BMW Championship (2012)
  • The Honda Classic (2012)
  • PGA Championship (2014, 2012)
  • WGC-Bridgestone Invitational (2014)
  • The Open Championship (2014)
  • Wells Fargo Championship (2015)
  • WGC-Cadillac Match Play (2015)
  • Deutsche Bank Championship (2016)
  • Tour Championship (2016)
  • Arnold Palmer Invitational (2018)
  • The Players Championship (2019)
  • WGC-HSBC Champions (2019)

International Wins

  • Dubai Desert Classic (2009)
  • Shanghai Masters (2011)
  • UBS Hong Kong Open (2011)
  • DP World Tour Championship (2012, 2015)
  • Emirates Australian Open (2013)
  • BMW PGA Championship (2014)
  • Omega Dubai Desert Classic (2015)
  • Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open Hosted by the Rory Foundation (2016)

Awards

  • PGA Tour Player of the Year (award 2012)
  • PGA Player of the Year (award 2012)
  • Byron Nelson Award (award 2012)
  • Vardon Trophy (award 2012)
  • the Mark H. McCormack Award (for 28 of 52 weeks in 2012)
  • IPGA Tour Player of the Year award (award 2019)
  • Byron Nelson Award (award 2019)
  • Vardon Trophy
  • Byron Nelson Award (award 2019)
  • Vardon Trophy (award 2019)

Brand Endorsements

2011 – 2014, Rory won four Majors and he was extremely sought for endorsements. In 2017, After Nike stopped manufacturing golf equipment, Rory signed a US $100 million contract with TaylorMade. Rory is also endorsed by watchmakers Omega, who published one of the special edition Speedmaster ’57 in September, devoted to his success.

Rory is also associated with Upper Deck and UnitedHealth Group.

Favorite Quotes from Rory Mcilroy

Favourite Quote 1 from Rory Mcilroy

“Of course, money matters to everyone, even if some don’t want to admit it. If I won the Race to Dubai, I look at that prize money and think it could pay off my new house or the range I’m building. I am privileged to play golf for a living – look around St Andrews, that’s my office.” 

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Favourite Quote 2 from Rory Mcilroy

“It is never easy to win, but it is much easier to win when you play well. The key is winning golf tournaments when you are not playing so well. Managing your game is something that I feel that I am still learning to do.” 

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Favourite Quote 3 from Rory Mcilroy

“I am a proud product of Irish golf and the Golfing Union of Ireland and am hugely honored to have come from very rich Irish sporting roots… I am also a proud Ulsterman who grew up in Northern Ireland. That is my background and always will be.”

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Favourite Quote 4 from Rory Mcilroy

“I’ve always said the players don’t build up rivalries themselves, people from the outside build up the rivalries. I just want to play good golf. I want to try and keep winning golf tournaments.”

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Favourite Quote 5 from Rory Mcilroy

To be a top-class athlete, you have to train hard; you have to eat right; you have to get enough rest. I feel the way golf is going nowadays; you have to treat yourself as an athlete.”

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Key Life Lessons from Rory Mcilroy

We now know everything about Rory Mcilroy and his net worth. Let’s look at some of his lessons.

1. Finish

One word: balance. Try holding your finish until the ball lands. If you can do that, you’ll be in full balance like Rory and in a position to watch the ball fly farther than ever.

2. Discuss

As a leader, you should always take the time after a setback or frustration to reflect individually, discuss with those involved, and talk to an individual or group of people you trust about what you could have done differently.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Rory McIlroy an only child?

Yes, Rory Mcilroy is the only child of Rosie McDonald and Gerry McIlroy.

What is the height of Rory McIlroy?

Rory is 5 ft 8 in 1.75 m tall.

Summary

Rory is a professional golfer from Northern Ireland. He is a member of both the PGA Tours and European. His father introduced Rory to the sport at a young age, and since then, he has been hooked on it. Rory is one of the well proficient golfers from the twenty-first century and one of the richest. In 2007, Rory won four titles and Majors since he joined the professional ranks. In 2013, Rory was also titled “world’s 3rd most marketable athlete”. He earned wealth from tournament endorsements, tours, and victories and is also attracted to charitable endeavors.

Rory Mcilroy Net Worth is US$ 160 Million as of 2022.

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