Rory McIlroy Might Wind Up In Dublin Court For 6 Days If World No. 1 Fails To Compromise

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May 4, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Rory McIlroy tees off on the fourth hole during the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club.
May 4, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Rory McIlroy tees off on the fourth hole during the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club. Reuters

World no. 1 Rory McIlroy, is looking at six days to spend in Dublin High Court room if he won't get a settlement with the issues raised against him by his former manager, according to Golf by TourMiss. The news is quite ironic compared to the warmth of support the Northern Irishman got for competing in Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Emerging from such warmth is quite hard to counter when two days after that, the truth is, there is a possibility that he will be spending time in jail.

Rory McIlroy is now one of the most popular professional golfers because of his series of wins in the Desert Classic. In 2009, Rory bagged home the first of his 16 pro career wins including great success on four Majors. To add to his excellent track record, McIlroy, when he was just 17-years old, played European Tour event's all four rounds during the 2007 Desert Classic.

Playing in Dubai at next month's Desert Classic is as important to Rory as him getting a compromise from his former manager. According to the 25-year-old, it was in Dubai where he made his first win and he spent the victory with his family during that glorious day. That first win was followed by more winnings and it became a stepping stone to unleash his greatest strength and he took the game to another level and to another level after that-strength by strength.

McIlroy does not want to miss the fact that the game is older than him and for it to stand through time is only a manifest of its true strength. Now that he is going back to play, he only aims to win the game all over again.

During the past few weeks, McIlroy has been reportedly working in Dubai in preparation for his upcoming game. He also did not mind driving an hour to Abu Dhabi and the UAE capital for Abu Dhabi's HSBC Championship's 10th anniversary. All these great preparations are looked forward to by McIlroy. However, he's yet to settle his issues with his former manager or he'll wind up spending 6 days in Dublin High Court.

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