Liv Golf: Tiger Woods refused “between 700 and 800 million dollars”, confirmed Greg Norman

Tiger Woods has turned down a sum in the range of $700-800 million to join Saudi-backed LIV Golf, as dissident circuit CEO Greg Norman confirmed on Monday night on FoxNews.

“This offer was made before I became CEO (from LIV Golf)”, acknowledged the former Australian champion, before justifying the huge offer made to the player who won fifteen Grand Slam titles: “Tiger makes the opinion, doesn’t he? So, of course, you should try to recruit to the best of the best. »

If Woods, like Rory McIlroy, refused the Saudi proposal, LIV Golf still managed to get names like Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau and more recently Henrik Stenson, now ex-captain, on board. of the 2023 European Ryder Cup team.

The Swede also won on his first outing on his new circuit, Sunday in Bedminster, ahead of Dustin Johnson and Matthew Wolff. The fourth of eight stops will take place in Boston, September 2-4.


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