LIV Golf with the launch of Women’s League


Greg Norman was one of the stars of the LIV Golf event held last weekend in Adelaide at The Grange Golf Club, won by Talor Gooch in the individual and Dustin Johnson’s 4 Aces GC in the team standings.

The LIV CEO made a huge splash among “his” people, who enthusiastically participated (a reliable figure speaks of around 85,000 total attendance) at the first event of the Saudi League down under.

Greg Norman, statements

In the course of the various interviews that he has released, Norman has also touched on the topic of the Women’s Golf League project.

The idea of a women’s LIV Golf came to light when the 2023 calendar for the men’s season was announced, and the words of Norman, who claims to have regular talks with the proettes, confirm that its development is underway.

“Discussion on this topic is a regular part of our internal meetings”

“I, personally, have had individual talks with players from both the LPGA Tour and the Ladies European Tour (indirectly confirmed by Georgia Hall, who has confirmed her intention to stay on the LPGA)”

“Everyone has appreciated what we are doing, and they ask me how they can be involved, and that they would like to see the LIV’s Ladies Series born”

“From our point of view, last year was the LIV Beta season”

“Our goal for 2023 is to consolidate ourselves, and then to develop new initiatives and opportunities, including that of the Women’s League”.

Gregory John Norman, known as Greg (Mount Isa, February 10, 1955), is an Australian golfer and entrepreneur nicknamed The White Shark or simply The Jaws.. He has proved to be one of the golfers most loved by the public, both for his particular aggressive style of play and for his charismatic attitudes and look inspired by a veiled transgressive non-conformity. He is considered one of the most complete golfers of the eighties and nineties, even if he didn’t reach all the goals that seemed within his reach. Animated by a passion for golf since he was a teenager, he began to achieve significant results in the international arena already in the second half of the 1970s.

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