Greg Norman is ready to address concerns about LIV Golf's involvement with the state of Saudi Arabia with members of Congress,

Norman is the CEO of the fledgling golf series and has tried to lure some of the game's most prominent players with lucrative entry fees and winnings.

The money involved in the breakaway circuit has changed the face of golf, but many have questioned the funding.

because it is backed by the Saudi Public Investment Fund - a nation with a dismal record on human rights.

However, Norman tries to defend his new circuit and involvement in the Middle Eastern kingdom. As a result, the former world number one is set to head

In a statement, LIV Golf said, "LIV Golf will be coming to the Hill this week to meet with lawmakers from both parties.

After a number of players made huge cash moves, the PGA Tour suspended those who made the switch.

Given the PGA Tour's attempts to stifle our progress in overhauling the game, we believe it is imperative to educate members about LIV's business model.