Rory McIlroy divorce docs reveal prenup, relationship was ‘irretrievably broken’

Details have been revealed from Rory McIlroy’s divorce filings.

Earlier Tuesday, news broke that McIlroy had filed for divorce from his wife of seven years, Erica Stoll.

The reasons for McIlroy’s decision were not immediately disclosed, but the filing said the marriage was “irretrievably broken down” and revealed the couple had engaged in premarital sex. .

McIlroy and Stoll have a 3-year-old daughter, Poppy.

Rory McIlroy has filed for divorce from Erica Stoll after seven years of marriage. Getty Images

The divorce papers also requested split custody of the children.

McIlroy and Stoll began dating in 2014 after McIlroy’s engagement to former tennis star Caroline Wozniacki was called off.

The couple tied the knot at Ashford Castle in Ireland in 2017.

Stars who attended the wedding included Ed Sheeran and Stevie Wonder.

McIlroy’s camp confirmed news of the divorce filing to the Irish Independent, citing “Rory’s desire to navigate this difficult time as respectfully and amicably as possible.”

McIlroy, 35, has won four majors: the 2012 and 2014 PGA Championship, the 2011 U.S. Open and the 2014 British Open Championship.

Shortly after the news first broke on Tuesday, McIlroy was seen practicing for this weekend’s PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville.

He also won the 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla, beating Phil Mickelson by one stroke, earning his fourth major title at the age of 25.

Rory McIlroy and Erica Stoll at the 2023 Ryder Cup. Getty Images

“I thought I could win, [British] “The British Open a few weeks ago pushed me to a higher level in this match,” McIlroy said at the time.

“But to win my fourth major here, one place behind Phil and one place behind Seve, [Ballesteros]equivalent to Ernie [Els], equivalent to Raymond Floyd. Actually, I never thought I would be able to grow this much at the age of 25.

“I was happy to be a two-time major champion this year, but suddenly I’m a four-time major champion and I’m aiming for a career Grand Slam at Augusta.” [next April]. It was incredible golf. ”

Erica Stoll and Rory McIlroy are divorcing after seven years of marriage. Getty Images

McIlroy has the second-best odds at the PGA Championship, +750 to win, +180 to finish in the top five and -110 to finish in the top 10.

The only player with better odds than McIlroy in this tournament is Scottie Scheffler, who is +400 to win.