Rory Mcllroy

Born in 1989 in Northern Ireland, Rory Mcllroy was a born champion and was hitting 40-yard drives from a tender age of 2 years. In 2007, he became a professional and the youngest player to be in the list of top 50 golfers. His first major breakthrough came in 2011 when he won the US open and broke the records that were held by ace players Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus. In 2012, he took home another title of PGA championship and is also the youngest player to win that tour till date.

Rory Mcllroy was brought face to face with the game of golf by his father even before he could start walking and his skills were apparent, even at that tender age. His parents worked extra hard to make sure that his golf education is supported. At the age of 16, Mcllroy left school and started focusing on the game fully.

Rory had a record breaking amateur run to speak volumes for him when he joined the professional golf. Mcllroy has had a stellar record in the professional golf career too which makes him the next big thing in the world of golf. After winning the 143rd British Open Championship in 2014, he has been now placed amongst the likes of Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus and has formed a solid place for himself in history for being the only other player to win the third major title by the age of 25. His winning streak continued into 2014 US PGA Championship when he won his fourth major.