Greg Norman sat poolside on Wednesday at Trump Bedminster ahead of LIV Golf’s third event since its recent inception.
The 67-year-old Aussie, a two-time major championship winner whose length of reign as the No. 1 ranked player in the world was only outdone by Tiger Woods, looked relaxed, satisfied and bubbling with anticipation for the week as he spoke exclusively to The New York Post about an array of topics related to the controversial Saudi-backed tour.
It came after Norman and LIV declared there would be 14 tournaments worldwide in 2023 — worth $579 million in prize money.
Norman, the face of LIV Golf as its CEO and commissioner, held no punches back as he spoke about LIV Golf’s place in the ecosystem of the sport, the pushback by the PGA Tour, his personal battle with the PGA Tour that dates back to the ’90s, the marquee players LIV has signed and his own legacy in the…