Rory McIlroy is reportedly eyeing a move from South Florida to London in a few years. The four-time Major winner aims to settle in Surrey, near London, once his daughter is ready for secondary school. Although he's confirmed as the 2023 Race to Dubai champion, a potential move might see him more involved in Europe-based events.
Despite this, sources suggest he won't necessarily cut back on PGA Tour commitments. Rory McIlroy is all about the PGA Tour—he firmly believes it's where he can truly shine. Since LIV Golf entered the golf stage, he's been the best ambassador for the PGA Tour, showcasing its strengths like no other.
“Erica and Rory love London and have decided this is where they see their future in a few years time. They will still have a base in Florida and, although there might be thoughts of scaling back on his schedule a bit by then, the private jet means he will still have the options of playing anywhere and everywhere”.
- the source said.
Rory McIlroy and his plans
While the move is a few years away, McIlroy's connections to a Surrey club hint at his future residency. If he goes ahead, he'll follow in Justin Rose's footsteps, returning to the UK after years abroad.
This plan contrasts his previous remarks about preferring life in the US, showing a shift in perspective. Seems like Rory McIlroy's gearing up for some career changes, likely aiming to strike a balance between progress in his profession and keeping his family content.
It's a move that'll surely cause the attention, and we'll all be watching to see how it plays out for him. But one thing's crystal clear—McIlroy's passion for golf is amazing. He's got his eyes locked on that number one spot, and he's not backing down.
Can't wait to see how this unfolds! Source: Golfmonthly
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