SOURCE – The Irish Times By Alan Erwin
Part of the action centred on claims that insufficient warning signs were in place at the time. Photograph: iStock/Getty Images
The resolution involves no admission of liability.
The plaintiff, who was still a school at the time of the incident in 2007, is not being named.
He was on the first green when a ball played from another part of the course struck him on the head, according to lawyers in the case.
Proceedings were issued against the Trustees of Portstewart Golf Club, alleging negligence.
Part of the action centred on claims that insufficient warning signs were in place at the time.
But following negotiations a settlement was reached in the lawsuit.
The club is to pay the plaintiff £125,000 plus costs, under the agreed terms.