Newest shake-up of the management of LIV Golf strengthens Greg Norman’s place in controversial breakaway sequence – regardless of requires him to go by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy
- Managing director Majed Al-Sorour is the newest government to go away LIV Golf
- In the meantime, chief Greg Norman has reignited his feud with veteran Tiger Woods
- The Australian took an intention at Woods, insisting he’s a ‘PGA Tour mouthpiece’
Turmoil inside the management of the controversial LIV Golf circuit has intensified with the exit of one other key determine.
Each Woods and McIlroy have known as for the LIV chief government to go if there’s to be any working relationship between rival excursions.
Greg Norman’s place has been strengthened by the newest departure from LIV management
However the newest LIV developments level to a strengthening of Norman’s place with the departure of managing director Majed Al-Sorour, which adopted the exit of chief working officer Atul Khosla final month.
LIV say Al-Sorour, a director at Newcastle United and chief government of the Saudi Golf Federation, will keep on the board however will ‘focus efforts and a focus on different pursuits’.
His departure comes barely a month earlier than the beginning of LIV’s second season, for which there have been no new participant bulletins but.
Norman continued his spat with Tiger Woods by claiming he is a ‘mouthpiece’ for the PGA Tour
It’s understood they’ll signal world No 45 Mito Pereira and are pushing for Belgium’s Thomas Pieters, who’s teeing it up this week on the DP World Tour’s Dubai Desert Traditional.
Requested if Norman was the proper man for the put up, American Patrick Reed, one of many LIV golfers taking part in on the Desert Traditional, advised Sportsmail: ‘I haven’t spent numerous time with Mr Norman till LIV and all I can converse on is my time round him now and he appears to be doing an incredible job.
‘The interactions I’ve had with him have been nice and I’ve no points. I actually take pleasure in him being a part of LIV.’
Norman continued his spat with Woods this week, saying: ‘Making these feedback I believe is a sign that he could be a little bit of a mouthpiece for the PGA Tour to attempt to create turmoil inside LIV. Nevertheless it’s not taking place. We’re totally entrenched.’