Gerry McIlroy

Round up: McIlroy and Lawrie at Yas Links, South East Alliance

Rory McIlroy shot a 70 to finish 25th as Peter Lawrie's 66 gave him a $15,000 payday in the Abu Dhabi Invitational at Yas Links Abu Dhabi.

Round up: McIlroy and Lawrie at Yas Links, South East Alliance

Claim that Wozniacki told McIlroy that UNICEF donation was "stupid"

Did Caroline Wozniacki play a role in one of the key events that led to the legal bust up between Rory McIlroy and Horizon Sports Management? On the face of what was said in the High Court in Dublin on Friday, the world No 1’s former fiancée was not short of an opinion on what is one of the major events in the proceedings — a supposedly face-saving donation made to UNICEF by Horizon on McIlroy's behalf but against McIlroy’s wishes.

Claim that Wozniacki told McIlroy that UNICEF donation was "stupid"

Gerry to manage Rory? "No chance, don't believe the papers"

Gerry McIlroy watches Graeme McDowell during a practice round for the 2012 US Open at Olympic Club in San Francisco. Photo Eoin Clarke/www.golffile.ieRory McIlroy might be about to leave Horizon Sports Management but speculation that his father Gerry will play a leading role in his new set-up could be wide of the mark.

McIlroy and team hit GUI Academy

Rory McIlroy hits balls at the GUI National Academy at Carton House, just outside Dublin. Rory McIlroy (pictured above) was back in Ireland on Sunday for a quiet practice session at the Golfing Union of Ireland’s National Academy at Carton House.

G-Mac on Rory exit - “I’m pretty sure Horizon weren’t giving him golf lessons"

Going their separate ways. Rory McIlroy and Horizon Sports Management’s Conor Ridge visit the White House in March 2012. Little more than a year later, McIlroy has decided to do his own thing. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)Graeme McDowell exonerated Horizon Sports Management from all blame and suggested that Rory McIlroy’s decision to dump them and manage his own affairs has a lot to do with snapping out of the slump in form he reckons has been caused by the massive pressures on his young pal’s shoulders.

After Father's Day bonus, Gerry eyes Open windfall

Rory and Gerry McIlroy on the 18th green at Congressional. Credit: golffile.ieRory McIlroy’s dad stands to win his share of a whopping €221,000 if he claims the Open before he’s 25.

Gerry McIlroy and three pals got odds of 500-1 against Rory winning the Claret Jug by 2013 and slapped £400 (€442) on him with a local bookie when the Holywood star was just 15.