Greg Norman is known as one of the most successful international golfers to pick up a club and one of the great players of his generation, competing with the likes of Faldo, Seve, Langer, Nicklaus and Watson.
He will be remembered for this too. However, he will also be remembered for being one of the most divisive figures in the game after becoming the commissioner of the controversial LIV Golf Tour.
The 67-year-old has managed to recruit some of the biggest names to the Saudi-backed series from the PGA Tour and he could be on course to acquire Cameron Smith, the current World No.2 and the Champion Golfer of the Year.
Norman is the CEO of LIV Golf Investments, 80% of which belongs to the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia and it is the association with a nation that commits public atrocities and violates human rights records that has caused the most angst.