Rory McIlroy puts home in Northern Ireland on the market for cool $3.24 million

Let's be honest: you'll never have a golf game anywhere close to as good as Rory McIlroy's. But if you have $3.24 million sitting around collecting dust, you can at least live like the top-ranked golfer in the world.

According to the Irish Times, McIlroy is putting Robinhall House, his swanky digs located in Moneyreagh, Northern Ireland, on the market just three years after he purchased the property. The 14-acre estate includes a 6,000-square-foot home -- dubbed a "bachelor pad" by the site -- a pond ... and a golf practice area with four greens and a driving range.

You know, the usual stuff you'd find at the home of the best golfer on the planet. If McIlroy's practice facility sounds familiar, that's because Devil Ball highlighted it back in July of last year. The short game area has a replica of the Road Hole on the 17th green on the Old Course at St. Andrews, and comes with a full-time greenskeeper who looks after the facility. In other words, the 23-year-old's home is every golfer's dream.

McIlroy hasn't confirmed where he's moving from here, but some have speculated that he's moving to the U.S. to be closer to girlfriend Caroline Wozniacki. Plus, with McIlroy playing the PGA Tour on a full-time basis, the decision would certainly make a lot of sense.

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