Rory McIlroy is set to keep $22m Florida mansion and most of his golfing fortune as details of star’s pre-nup terms with Erica Stoll emerge – amid romance rumours with CBS Sports’ Amanda Balionis

Rory McIlroy is set to keep $22m Florida mansion and most of his golfing fortune as details of star’s pre-nup terms with Erica Stoll emerge – amid romance rumours with CBS Sports’ Amanda Balionis

Rory McIlroy is set to keep his $22million Florida mansion and most of his golfing fortune as details of his and Erica Stoll’s prenup have emerged amid the end of the couple’s seven-year marriage.

McIlroy stunned fans by filing for divorce from his wife, with whom he shares daughter Poppy, 4, on the eve of last week’s PGA Championship, with reports claiming his marriage to Stoll has reached ‘breaking point’.

According to The New York Post, the 13,000-square-foot property in Jupiter belongs to McIlroy as per the prenup, though he is not expected to stay put.

is believed the Northern Irishman will hand over the keys to Stoll while he searches for a new pad, in order to provide a stable home for their four-year-old daughter Poppy.

The couple are said to have been living separate lives for the past two years due to the golf star being away from home for tournaments so frequently, which has caused a strain on their relationship.

Just a month since their seventh wedding anniversary, McIlroy filed for a divorce in Florida. The reasons for the breakup remain a mystery.

Stoll has flown under the radar for most of their relationship, stirring clear of the media. Although she has an Instagram account, Stoll has kept her profile private with just 195 followers.

McIlroy talked about Stoll shying away from the spotlight after their engagement, telling the Irish Independent: ‘Erica has been around me quite a lot at tournaments but we have really just tried to keep it low-key

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