Erica Stoll is a Social Media Personality, Socialite, and wife of Rory McIlroy. Rory McIlroy is one of the most well-known faces in golf, with a resume that few professional players can match. The Northern Irishman has won four Major titles and six Ryder Cup appearances, four of which he won with Team Europe. He is a multiple PGA and DP World Tour winner.
She was hired in 2011 as the Manager of Championship Volunteer Operations by the PGA of America, where she had previously worked. However, she soon left her job and now travels with her husband on a daily basis, accompanying him to his tournaments all over the world.
Despite her claims that she does not want to be in the spotlight, she is regularly spotted with her husband at various golf tournaments on news broadcasts and gossip blogs. Rory nearly destroyed the Ryder Cup Miracle in Medinah in 2012 by oversleeping, and they first met in 2013. Before the cops hurried him to the course that September morning, Erica was the PGA employee who came to his aid.
She enjoys The Bachelor, an American dating show, and is an avid sailor. As a result, she is a romantic. Erica enjoys baking and creating custom sweets for the Ryder Cup. Eric Stoll grew up in Irondequoit, New York, and attended West Irondequoit High School before enrolling at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Eric Stoll does not want to be the center of attention. She may be seen cheering on her husband at events, but the former PGA staffer is uninterested in the spotlight.
Erica Stoll was born on September 10, 1987, in New York, which means she is 34 years old.
Rory McIlroy and Erica Stoll hit it off right away after meeting in 2012. While there isn’t much information on when they started dating, the couple made headlines in 2015 when they became engaged. On April 22, 2017, the couple married, and their first child, Poppy Kennedy McIlroy, was born on August 31, 2020. McIlroy, Stoll, and their daughter Poppy now live on Jupiter Island, Florida.
The estimated Net Worth of Erica Stoll is around $500K USD.
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