Four-time major champion Rory McIlroy married his long-term girlfriend Erica Stoll last week.


The couple had been dating since 2015 and they spared no expenses by having their wedding in the famous Ashford Castle estate in County Mayo, Ireland.

The 13th century castle is one of Ireland’s most exclusive wedding venues. Other celebrities who have celebrated their weddings at the medieval castle include actor Pierce Brosnan and Westlife singer Shane Filan.

The historic structure also contains a luxury five star hotel, which can cost guests up to £3,000 a night.

The wedding meal was rumoured to have featured up to 20 courses specially created by Ashford’s executive chef, Philippe Farineau.

Stoll and McIlroy became an item in the summer of 2014 after the 27-year-old broke up with former fiancé, and tennis superstar, Caroline Wozniacki.

The two met whilst Stoll was working for the PGA of America.

Stoll famously arranged a police escort for McIlroy who overslept on the final day of the 2012 Ryder Cup, and almost missed his tee-off time against Keegan Bradley.

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Who was there?

More than 200 guests attended the wedding which is understood to have cost the Co Down-born golfer between £208,900 and £417,800.

Ashford Castle and virtually all hotels and guest houses in nearby Cong were completely booked out for the special event.

A number of celebrities were in attendance for the wedding, including Niall Horan of boyband One Direction.

Fellow golfers and friends Sergio Garcia, Darren Clarke, Martin Kaymer and Pardraig Harrington were also guests.

In terms of entertainment, the reception was rumoured to have received star performances from Stevie Wonder and Coldplay.

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Rory McIlroy is set to make his first tournament appearance as a married man next month at the Players Championship at Sawgrass.

He goes into the tournament with good form after finishing in a tie for 5th in The Masters.