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Golf Australia Express : OTG Express 132
FP ADVERT RORY’S DISPUTE SETTLED RORY McIlroy and his former management company, Horizon Sports Management, have settled their lengthy legal dispute. For more than a year, the world No.1 and Horizon Sports have been at loggerheads but there was an out of court settlement reached last week. McIlroy attended a brief hearing in Dublin’s High Court when the judge postponed the case as discussions progressed. A joint statement was issued later in the day. “The legal dispute between Rory McIlroy and Horizon Sports Management has been settled to the satisfaction of both parties who wish each other well for the future. The parties will be making no further comment,” the statement said. McIlroy, 25, sued Horizon for more than $7 million over allegations Horizon’s fees had been excessive and that he had been coerced into signing an "unconscionable" contract at a Christmas party. Horizon countersued for $25 million, claiming breach of contract for unpaid fees. Although details of the settlement were not released, it is understood McIlroy settled out of court for about $25 million. _______________________________ GI CANCER RESEARCH GOLF DAY GASTRO-INTESTINAL (GI) cancer kills 29 Australians per day. GI cancers are the most common form of cancer in Australia. They include cancers of the oesophagus, gallbladder, liver, pancreas, stomach and bowel with 23,000 Australians being diagnosed each year, Clinical trial research is, therefore, vital to find better ways to treat GI cancer. To that end, former NRL players Anthony Minichiello and Brad Fittler will be two of the stars who will take to the golf course in support of their mate Robbie Farah [pictured], who lost his mother to GI cancer. MORE > AROUND TRAPS the LEARN MORE HERE Sports scientists reveal "new" swing mechanics that enable any golfer to swing with more power while reducing the amount of stress and strain on the body. Watch the video below for more. ? Future Is This The Golf Swing of the
OTG Express 131
OTG Express 133