Sports Rory McIlroy selling lavish Florida mansion for nearly $13 million

13:56  11 january  2018
13:56  11 january  2018 Source:   Larry Brown Sports

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Rory McIlroy has put his lavish Florida home on the market, and his asking price is nearly $ 13 million . McIlroy has reportedly moved into a home once owned by Ernie Els. That led to the golf star deciding to sell his Palm Beach Gardens mansion .

Rory McIlroy has decided to put his Florida property up for sale for a cool $ 13 million (£9.5m) after moving out. A post shared by RORY (@ rorymcilroy ) on Jan 6, 2018 at 7:58pm PST.

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Rory McIlroy has put his lavish Florida home on the market, and his asking price is nearly $13 million.

McIlroy has reportedly moved into a home once owned by Ernie Els. That led to the golf star deciding to sell his Palm Beach Gardens mansion.

The massive house contains six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. It also includes a putting green in addition to a waterfall and well-equipped gym. You can see a few photos below.

After recovering from a rib injury he suffered last summer, McIlroy will have a busy start to 2018. The now-married 28-year-old will play in two events later this month. McIlroy is then scheduled to take part in two events in February and two more in March, including the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

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