Greg Norman Reveals LIV Golf’s Offer to Tiger Woods!

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Tex Hollywood - August 2, 2022

The ever controversial Saudi funded LIV GOLF tour that everyone seems to love to hate, has basically been poaching every golfer they can from the old guard at the PGA. To the point where people are calling it the retirement league, or the last cash grab league and the reality is, the cash is definitely huge for these players.

You may think money is the root of all evil or that money shouldn't really play much of a factor for some of these guys who are all worth 100s of millions of dollars, but clearly that would be naive.

If you were to launch any disrupting league in any established sport, you would need to come with the war chest or coffers, because how do you take people from what they are already doing, tried, tested and true, to plunge into the unknown. The more funded, the less risk, and the more money offered, to say "screw the risk".

LIV Golf's CEO, Greg Norman, recently confirmed to Fox News Superstar Tucker Carlson, that LIV offered Tiger Woods between 700 and 800 million dollars to join the tour.

Tiger Woods is remaining loyal to the PGA, which means, he's likely making a lot more over there, because as it turns out, everyone has a price and can be bought, they just didn't give Tiger the right price to buy him out.

You may think that price tag is absurd, or maybe that not taking it is absurd, but remember, Tiger Woods is the biggest name in Golf's history and when they bring him over to their side, you'll know that LIV has won in the battle of pro Golf.

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