Golf Legend Gary Player Receives $5M in Legal Dispute with Son
Golf legend Gary Player, 84, will receive $5 million and the rights to is name and likeness back from a company that is operated by one of his kids, according to documents filed in a Florida court.
According to the court documents, Player and the Gary Player Group, which is operated by Marc Player, reached a settlement last month as the dispute was being arbitrated.
Gary Player designs golf courses and sells golf equipment, sportswear and wine under his nickname “The Black Knight.”
No details on what caused the dispute have been given.
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Player is the only non-American to win all four major championships, including three Open Championships, three Masters, two PGAs and one U.S. Open.
During his career, he won 24 PGA Tour titles and then 19 times on the Senior Tour.
He is in the Hall of Fame.