He is an enthusiastic sports fans, going for a particular desire for football, tennis and golf. And reaffirming that fact, One Direction I want to write you a song sheet music star Niall Horan is scheduled to put his music career on hold so as to launch a fresh golf agency, according to a brand new report. The Sun newspaper claims the 22-year-old has set up an organisation, entitled Modest Golf Management, inside a bid to search for British and Irish talent with the aid of 1D’s management, Modest.
The pop music sensation - who's got previously acted as caddie to golfing legend Rory Mcllroy - has reportedly also roped in Mark McDonnel, an early account manager at equipment brand TaylorMade, within the new project.
‘It’s well-known Niall loves golf and has now been gaining knowledge through the best on tour with Rory,' an origin said. 'Now he would like to discover exciting new players and present them his backing. ‘Mark can be an absolute legend from the industry and may help him with endorsement. Check One Direction I want to write you a song sheet music here. It’s beginning but he’s committed.’ MailOnline has contacted a representative for your star to comment.
Last year, Niall suffered an unfortunate slip when he carried Rory’s golf equipment up a muddy slope over the 2015 Masters Tournament at Augusta National club. Meanwhile, fellow bandmate Harry Styles has signed with CAA management's Jeffrey Azoff, fuelling speculation they are trying to launch a solo career inside US. Modest Management, who guided the 1D boys during their career, confirmed this news the British heartthrob is actually being represented through the top Hollywood agency in the statement.
'We wish Harry the top. It has been an authentic pleasure dealing with him…Harry is usually a total gentleman, and that we know our colleague Jeffrey Azoff will be after him. 'We expect sharing some very nice wine using them next time we're in L.A,' Modest executives said within a statement to Billboard. More about One Direction chords here. Harry with the exceptional bandmates - also including Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne - take a break for that rest of 12 months. During an up to date appearance on Alan Carr's Chatty Man, Harry dispelled rumours he's already recorded a solo album, insisting: 'We all write sort of separately as well as for other people and do stuff and convey it back, and that's it really.' Niall admitted the grounds behind the extended break was no higher than a need for some downtime after having spent the past four years on the highway and creating a mammoth five albums. 'This time not too long ago I couldn’t have informed you what I was doing, that is certainly what we're also looking toward. Not having setting an alarm everyday,' he was quoted saying.