Greg Norman is undoubtedly being paid an obscene amount of money as the figurehead of LIV Golf, but the biggest motivation for the 67-year-old in his ongoing battle with the established tours may be a three-decades old snub.
The two-time major champion insists he doesn’t hold grudges, but the rejection of his 1994 proposal for a World Tour undoubtedly left the Shark at odds with the all-powerful PGA Tour.
Norman, at the time one of the game’s leading players, wanted to set up a series of rich, limited-field tournaments that would complement the existing tours. Sound familiar?
The Australian felt that golf needed more of a world presence, certainly more than that offered by the American-based PGA Tour. At…