LIV Golf
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The Saudi Public Investment Fund-backed LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman has hinted at expansion by launching invitational tournaments for the best women golfers around the world. He’s also certain that the rebel golf tournament will have a media network by then for broadcasting, instead of Youtube.

LIV’s primary flashpoint, when it came to bringing in players, was the prize money. It definitely hasn’t faltered. Till now it has flushed out $35 million including both – the team and individual events.

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Greg Norman has no plans to back down under pressure

Greg Norman and Cameron Smith - Credits: IMAGO / USA TODAY Network
Greg Norman and Cameron Smith – Credits: IMAGO / USA TODAY Network

On the possibility of LIV investing in women’s golf, Norman told the reporters – “That’s always been in the forefront of my mind to be honest with you because I have been a staunch proponent of them.” He’s very much open to suggestions on the future possibility of a women’s circuit in LIV Golf.

“Right now to be honest with you, I’m completely locked and loaded with what we’re doing because we’re launching the [men’s] league in 2023, and we’ve got a lot of work to do to get that up and running” – Greg Norman was quoted as saying. He has been firing on all cylinders, be it the PGA, the Congress or with former and current players.

LIV Golf is all set to make its Asian debut later this week as Cameron Smith will try for consecutive wins. LIV Golf has been struggling with onboard broadcast and media partnerships as big names like as Apple and Amazon have passed on the offers.

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