Breaking Rory McIlroy Seeks Help From Tiger Woods’s Nasty Divorce Chapter Sparking Widespread ‘LIV’ Controversies

Breaking Rory McIlroy Seeks Help From Tiger Woods’s Nasty Divorce Chapter Sparking Widespread ‘LIV’ Controversies

One would usually congratulate the Northern Irishman for raking in his 26th PGA Tour win several days ago. But the news of Rory McIlroy’s split with wife Erica Stoll appears to have killed all the celebrations in the golf world. The golfer moved for divorce after almost 7 years of marriage, with reports indicating the court documents had already been filed in Florida. To do so, he turned to the same attorney who helped Tiger Woods with his divorce.

tweet was shared by NUCLR GOLF on their X handle, divulging the same. It pointed out how the 4-time major champ retained Thomas Sasser, the lawyer who successfully helped Woods divorce Elin Nordegren in 2010 while mentioning how the court filings indicate his marriage, involving a prenup, with Stoll to have been “irretrievably broken.”

Rory McIlroy’s communications team confirmed today that a divorce has been filed,” revealed Sean O’Flaherty, the PGA Tour Pro’s manager, in a statement before adding, “They stressed Rory’s desire to ensure this difficult time is as respectful and amicable as possible.” He also went ahead to disclose that the 35-year-old will not be making any further comments for the time being.

McIlroy’s attorney, Sasser, is a renowned lawyer who has taken on a number of high-profile clients and their divorce cases. Aside from Woods, the managing partner of Sasser, Cestero & Roy has also helped the likes of Joe Jonas in his split with Sophia Turner after four years of marriage. This new revelation did spark some controversy in the eyes of fans. While some commented on him retaining the 48-year-old’s lawyer, others took a jab at the golfer for his overall attitude, supposedly resulting in the divorce.

The professional had earlier been associated with LIV Golf and many speculations had arisen. The talks even indicated that he would defect for a whopping $850 million. As the rumors started to take force, the 26-time PGA Tour winner quickly dispelled the rumors by mentioning how he was never offered a contract with LIV. McIlroy once again pledged allegiance to the Tour and said, “I will play the PGA Tour for the rest of my career… For me, my future is here on the PGA Tour, and it’s never been any different.” Even so, some fans couldn’t help but bring in his rumored

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