Sport Rory McIlroy’s childhood home for sale for really good price

19:38  12 october  2017
19:38  12 october  2017 Source:   Golfweek

Rory McIlroy is gunning for one of golf’s most iconic records

  Rory McIlroy is gunning for one of golf’s most iconic records Best European Golfer ever? Maybe soonVia the Irish Telegraph:

This week marks the 10th Anniversary of Rory McIlroy turning professional! So, to celebrate, PropertyPal can exclusively present to you the global golfing champ’ s childhood home – currently for sale in Holywood, County Down. House Prices (6). Interior design (27).

Golfer Rory McIlroy has put his Northern Ireland home up for sale , with an asking price of £2m. In a brochure produced for the sale , McIlroy is quoted saying: "I have really enjoyed living here. It is a really special place which has allowed me to relax and unwind - when I get time!"

File photo © File photo File photo Rory McIlroy's childhood residence is now up for grabs, and the price is probably well worth it.

The Belfast Telegraph reports that McIlroy's Holywood, Northern Ireland, home of his youngest days is now on the market.

What's the asking price? 240,000 pounds (a little over $315,000).

That's a really good price actually. And McIlroy has certainly stepped up since then. For context, consider that his wedding alone was set to reportedly cost over $1 million.

The McIlroy Holywood home for sale is a four-bedroom abode that includes an artificial putting green on the property. The garage has also been made into an area outfitted for video analysis of one's swing (complete with two TVs and a green screen wall).

We're guessing this one won't be on the market too long, but for now a special place in McIlroy's upbringing is for anyone's taking.

Hatton retains Dunhill title, Fisher record 61 at Old Course .
Tyrrell Hatton retained his title at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship on Sunday after a final round at St. Andrews in which Ross Fisher shot a course-record 61 at the home of golf. On a calm day on the storied Old Course, even a bogey-free round by Fisher containing 11 birdies could not reel in overnight leader Hatton, who shot 66 for a three-stroke victory over his fellow Englishman.Hatton became the first player in the 17-year history of the Dunhill Links to successfully defend the title in a tournament played over three Scottish courses — the Old Course, Kingsbarns and Carnoustie.

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