Greg Norman: I’m getting calls today about other players wanting to come

As a result of the creation of LIV Golf, there have been prejudices towards them ever since

by Sead Dedovic
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Greg Norman: I’m getting calls today about other players wanting to come

In the months following the merger between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf, there have been rumors regarding the future of LIV Golf, as well as the possibility of it even continuing to exist as a Tour in the future. During an interview with the media, Greg Norman, the CEO of LIV Golf, stated that the company has a bright future.

There are still big things planned for LIV Golf, and they expect that this tour can achieve great things in the future. "Just continue on the pathway where we are right now." -Greg Norman said, as quoted by golfmonthly.com

Greg Norman

Greg Norman hopes and anticipates that a great number of players will appear in the future and he looks forward to seeing them.

LIV Golf has attracted many players who are eager to show their skills and abilities. Aside from everything that LIV Golf has to offer, the main reason why people want to go to LIV Golf is the fact that it offers a lot of money.

"I’m getting calls today about other players wanting to come. Been getting a lot of interest from that myself, personally." As a result of the creation of LIV Golf, there have been prejudices towards them ever since.

In the minds of many people, LIV Golf and their leaders were unable to achieve great things. They made a mistake at the very beginning. LIV Golf seems to be a match made in heaven for many golfers, as they seem to be changing their minds about the tour.

"The hurdles have been removed in a lot of ways," he said. "Now people see that, oh, like we’ve always said from Day 1, we want to stand shoulder to shoulder. We want to be supportive of the golfing ecosystem. We want to grow the golfing ecosystem.

Our platform is different than the PGA Tour’s platform... Is there room for both of us? One hundred percent, and they’re realising that now”.

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