Speaking to reporters as he entered the commercial court in Dublin this morning, Rory McIlroy revealed he is hoping to get Conor Mortimer's book for Christmas. 

Seemingly unphased by his impending court battle with former agents Horizon Sports, McIlroy said he had dropped several hints at home that we wanted a copy of Mortimer's autobiography "Any Given Sunday, A Day In The Life Of Al Pacino In A Mayo Shirt" to be under the tree on Christmas morning.

"I was just chatting with Le Bron about our childhood heroes the other day," said McIlroy. "I've been a massive fan of Mort since he was in Jarlath's and am dying to know what the hell happened between himself and Horan when he left Mayo that time.  I was hoping to get down to the book signing in the T.F. but I had to go to Dubai that day to play in a stupid golf tournament."

"Kenny was the best of the lot of them though!" shouted back the World Number One as he was bundled into court by a team of security guards. 

McIlroy is believed to be a big fan of GAA autobiographies.  He was spotted in China standing on Paul Galvin's book to help keep his right foot grounded through impact. According to coach Michael Bannon, the book "was just thick enough to get the job done."

Conor Mortimer's book is available in all good book shops in the Shrule/Glencorrib area.

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