Greg Norman Celebrates His Latest Victory With a Lot of Pride

Published 11/14/2022, 8:00 PM EST
Golf – The inaugural LIV Golf Invitational – Centurion Club, Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Britain – June 10, 2022 LIV Golf Investments chief executive Greg Norman with team 4 Aces’ Dustin Johnson of the U.S. during the second round REUTERS/Paul Childs

Ever since LIV Golf’s initiation into the world of golf, things have been evolving at a fast pace. The rivalry between the PGA tour and the Saudi-backed League is no joke. Both the rival leagues have been trying to be better than the other and that has led to major changes in the game of golf as we view it today.


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Norman has been the backbone of the game so far. In a recent tweet, he announced the inauguration of LIV Golf in Australia in 2023.

LIV Golf steps foot in “the Land Down Under”

LIV Golf and its plans of expansion in the coming season in 2023 are clear. The pro golfing league has decided to go bigger and better, and they have made a point to let the world know.


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The rival league has been expanding itself. It has been adding more players and hence, attracting more talent to its events. They have also made attempts at making LIV Global.

In a recent tweet, Greg Norman announced the opening of LIV Golf in Australia. The competition can now be seen at South Australia’s Grange Golf Club in 2023.

Norman tweeted, “There is massive potential for Australia to play a bigger role in golf, & we at #LIVGolf couldn’t be more excited to showcase Adelaide in 2023. Thank you to Peter Malinauskas, The Grange, & the South Australian government for your monumental effort to bring LIV Golf to Australia.”

In another tweet, Norman said, “From the start of my family’s journey to Australia on my father’s side via Port Lincoln, to my first professional win as a young 21-year old Queenslander at the 1976 West Lakes Classic, it is only fitting to be bringing LIV Golf to South Australia’s #TheGrangeGolfClub in 2023″

Only time will tell how things will turn out for LIV Golf in Australia. However, as things are proceeding,it is stringent in the persuasion of its expansionary approach. Australia might just be the beginning of a bigger plan.

The league clarifies reports concerning Greg Norman’s replacement

As a matter of fact, there have been reports suggesting that Greg Norman, the current CEO, is on his way to being replaced by the current Taco Bell CEO, Mark Kim.


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However, the LIV administration has been prompt in disregarding these claims. LIV Managing Director, Majed Al Sorour was key to making it clear. He said, “Greg Norman is our CEO and commissioner. Any suggestion that changes are being made to Greg’s title or role is patently false.”

Golf – The inaugural LIV Golf Invitational – Centurion Club, Hemel Hempstead, St Albans, Britain – June 9, 2022 Team 4 Aces’ Dustin Johnson of the U.S. with Chief executive of LIV Golf Investments Greg Norman during the first round Action Images via Reuters/Paul Childs

It does make sense for them to make the air clear. Considering the fact that Norman has put most of his contacts from his professional years into building LIV Golf from scratch. Having someone as influential as Norman just puts the cherry on top of the situation.


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Even though there was a huge update on Greg Norman possibly leaving LIV Golf, the Managing director of the Saudi-backed league was quick to clear the air. Only time will tell how this story progresses henceforth. However, what we can guarantee is that it would not fail to interest onlookers.

What are your thoughts on LIV Golf’s new move? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Daiemah Malik

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Daiemah is a golf writer at EssentiallySports. Having been writing since the age of 12, she has had a keen interest in Golf. Daiemah admires Nelly Korda and Tiger Woods, and would love to see more women excel in the sport.

Edited By: Jito Tenson