As discussion continues about defending champion Cameron Smith’s absence from the prestigious Players Championship, Greg Norman has been accused of harming his fellow Aussie’s career and golfing legacy.
Smith will not compete at golf’s unofficial fifth major, the Players Championship (starting tonight) after making a $140m move to join the rebel LIV Golf tour led by Norman.
American golf analyst and former pro Brandel Chamblee pointed out in a blunt analysis it might ultimately be another Aussie that keeps Smith from becoming the nation’s greatest ever player, believing the 29-year-old has the ability to do so.
“It’s ironic to me that it might possibly be an Aussie that will keep another Aussie in Cameron Smith possibly from ascending to a spot where he’s considered the greatest (Australian) player of all-time,” Chamblee told the Golf Channel.
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