Snubbing Ian Woosnam for the Hall of Fame is a horrendous mistake

Anyone who has followed the fortunes of Britain’s leading golfers these past 30 years had to be delighted for Laura Davies last week and feel enormous sympathy for Ian Woosnam.
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McIlroy to swap course for court

World number one Rory McIlroy faces a break from the sport as a Dublin courtroom is poised to take centre stage rather than a golf course early next year.
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Ian Poulter interview: Golfer proud to have pushed himself to peak of his powers

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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On the Tee: Don’t pull Fasth one on fans



THE Niclas Fasth Anomaly – sounds like a John Grisham legal novel but it is actually golf's own miscarriage of justice.
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Rory McIlroy takes break from golf to concentrate on court case with former management company Horizon

World No1 misses BMW Masters and WGC HSBC Champions events in China as long-running dispute heads for Irish courts in February






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Rory McIlroy pulls out of China tournaments to focus on legal dispute

World No1 suing Horizon management company
Trial likely to take place in Dublin in February
McIlroy and Graeme McDowell may be split for Ryder Cup

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.

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Ian Poulter says he would ‘love’ to captain Europe’s Ryder Cup team

Ian Poulter tells Jim White he is desperate to lead the European team when he finishes playing






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Stars gunning for glory in Turkey

US Open Champion Martin Kaymer and 2013 Race to Dubai winner Henrik Stenson have confirmed their participation in next month’s Turkish Airlines Open by the Ministry of Youth and Sports.
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No agreement in McIlroy legal action

Golfer Rory McIlroy and his former agent, Dublin-based Horizon Sports Management, fail to reach agreement in a legal dispute over fees.
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Rory McIlroy faces February court date as mediation between lawyers and Horizon fails

World No 1 will almost certainly be required to take the stand in a Dublin court after mediation fails in dispute with former management company






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