Rory McIlroy Speaker Booking Agent and Appearance Information

Move over Tiger Woods — there’s a new kid in town and his name is Roy McIlroy from County Down, Northern Ireland. On June 19, 2011, McIlroy became a force to be reckoned with after winning the U.S. Open Championship, his first major, finishing with a record score of 16-under-par on his way to an eight-shot victory, as the youngest winner since Bobby Jones in 1923. He has been cited as the most exciting young prospect in golf with the potential of becoming one of the highest earners in sports in terms of endorsements since Tiger Woods.

Roy Mcilroy has the potential to become one of the highest earners in sports in terms of endorsements since Tiger Woods, says booking agent PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent.

If you are looking for a professional golf speaker for your next event, look no further than 2011 US Open Champion Rory McIlroy. To hire Roy McIlroy for a personal appearance, speaking engagement or endorsement, call PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency for Rory McIlroy speaker and Rory McIlroy booking agent information at 1.800.966.1380.

Born on 4 May 1989, McIlroy has represented Ireland as both an amateur and a professional. He had a successful amateur career, topping the World Amateur Golf Ranking for one week as a 17-year-old in 2007. Later that year he turned professional and soon established himself on the European Tour. He had his first win on the European Tour in 2009, and on the PGA Tour in 2010. He has featured in the top ten of the Official World Golf Rankings and represented Europe in the Ryder Cup

On June 17 in the U.S. Open at Congressional in Bethesda, MD, McIlroy became the first player in the history of the tournament to amass a score of 13-under par at any point in the tournament. He achieved the feat by making a birdie at the 17th hole in the second round. His two-day total of 131 (65–66, 11-under par) set a record as the lowest 36-hole total in U.S. Open history. The score was one better than Ricky Barnes’ 132 in 2009. He was also the fastest golfer to reach double digits under par in the U.S. Open, reaching -10 in 26 holes. He practiced at Pine Valley Golf Club in New Jersey, rather than at Congressional, prior to the week of the Open, but did play two practice rounds at Congressional about a week before the start of the Open, after returning from a two-day trip to Haiti as an ambassador for UNICEF.

On 18 June, during the U.S. Open’s third round, he became the first player to reach 14-under par at the tournament by making a birdie at the 15th hole, on his way to a 54-hole U.S. Open record of 199. In doing so, he also built an eight-shot lead going into the final round. A final round of 69 allowed him to claim his first major championship, winning by eight shots over Jason Day. His 72-hole aggregate score of 268 (16-under) is a new U.S. Open record, beating Tiger Woods’ 272 (12-under) at Pebble Beach in 2000; Jack Nicklaus and Lee Janzen also had held a share of the old record.