Greg Norman has spoken out and condemned the decision to exclude LIV players from the world rankings

Greg Norman has condemned the decision to deny LIV Golf world ranking points again. The lack of ranking points has been a hot topic for LIV in recent weeks.

The Saudi-backed series finally thought it had found a way to gain OWGR recognition by forming a "strategic alliance" with the lesser-known MENA Tour.

As a result, LIV sanctioned this week's Bangkok event with MENA and is expected to receive ranking points for the 48 competing players.

However, in a statement on Thursday, the OWGR confirmed that no ranking points would be offered in Thailand and at the next LIV event in Jeddah,

As a result, the rating system claimed that the MENA series' submission of the Saudi-funded series was subject to the "ordinary necessary review".

Amidst the ongoing saga, LIV boss Norman has broken his silence, hitting out at OWGR, accusing them of "hurting the major championships".

He said in Bangkok: "All I want in golf is consistency. And if you remove the hype and sentiment, you get consistency. Golf deserves it,