• McIlroy settles case with former agents


    DUBLIN: World number one Rory McIlroy was spared a protracted legal battle ahead of the US Masters in April after settling a case with his former management company on Wednesday (Thursday in Manila) in a deal understood to be worth in excess of $20 million (£13 million, 17 million euros). McIlroy had been suing Conor Ridge’s Horizon Sports Management company, who in turn counter-sued the Northern Irishman over the terms of an agreement he struck with the firm in 2011.



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