Ian Poulter likes Mondays. Well, it is 60 degrees, the coffee is brewing in the pot and the Florida sun is burning off the early-morning mist over Lake Nona. That is what you call a room with a view. And it could be yours. All you have to do is believe.
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The scale of Rory McIlroys legal dispute with his former management company has intensified, with the world No1 withdrawing from tournaments in China to prepare for a trial that is expected to take place in February.
In what marks a serious blow to the BMW Masters and WGC HSBC Champions events, to be played in Shanghai at the end of this month and the start of next respectively, McIlroy issued a statement on Monday evening explaining he needs a break from competitive action.Continue reading...