LIV Golf boss Greg Norman has been strangely conflicted about the $700m-800m (£573m-£655m) tour offer to Tiger Woods.
Woods declined the offer and has since reaffirmed his loyalty to the PGA Tour. However, Norman has now said that the widely reported
amount is "not the monetary value" of the offer put to Woods, despite previously admitting that it was.
In an interview, Norman said: “To be honest, we don't comment on any past or current offers to any players, but the media obviously take information, rumors,
white noise and run with it.
"I just want to make sure that for clarity, the numbers that were thrown out included the future value of the franchise.
And so when you look at that number that's being thrown out there ... the generational wealth that this franchise opportunity has for individual players is incredible.
"That's the way it is. It's not about the monetary value. We never offered that monetary value to Tiger Woods. That's the reality."
However, his latest comments contradict his own statement when asked by Fox News's Tucker Carlson about Woods' offer. When asked if the $700-800 million figure was correct,