World no.1 golfer was involved in dispute over £4.2 million he paid in fees…
Rory McIlroy has settled his court case with a former agent who he claimed was giving him excessive fees to pay according to the Mirror.
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The four-time major winner was suing his former management company Horizon Sports over the contract he signed with them with Horizon counter-suing him over the millions of dollars in unpaid commission in his contract up to 2017.
Following hours of discussion at Dublin High Court an agreement was reached later last night bringing an end to the high profile dispute.
The case was expected to last eight weeks and involved arguments over tens of millions of lost commissions and earnings in sponsorship deals and golf wins.
McIlroy had alleged that he had signed on inferior terms to other top 10 golfers including major winner Graeme McDowell and as the case was back in front of the judge this morning where the agreement was announced.