By Joel Beall
Amid reports that Greg Norman is on the way out at LIV Golf, the circuit insists he remains with the organisation.
Earlier this week The Telegraph reported that Norman may be ousted as LIV Golf CEO in favour of former TaylorMade CEO Mark King.
However, LIV Golf Managing Director Majed Al Sorour has issued a response to The Telegraph’s report, saying that Norman is not going anywhere.
“Greg Norman is our CEO and Commissioner. Any suggestion that changes are being made to Greg’s title or role is patently false,” Al Sorour said.
LIV Golf’s inaugural season finished in October. Its 2023 schedule is expected to have 14 tournaments, although a schedule has yet to be released.
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