Greg Norman continues golf's ongoing war of words, claiming the PGA Tour is "trying to destroy" his LIV golf circuit.

The start of LIV golf has proved divisive in recent months, particularly with a number of big players making the switch to the Saudi-backed series,

including Open champion Cameron Smith, Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, and Phil Mickelson - while European Ryder Cup

stalwarts Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood also said yes to the move. The dynamics of LIV Golf created friction with other tournaments,

A breakthrough in negotiations does not appear to be on the horizon and Norman himself has said that his attempts to negotiate a solution

with the rival PGA Tour have been rebuffed. He said: “This notion that we are trying to destroy the tour is not valid.

.“The PGA Tour has not sat down and talked to me or any of my investors. Knowing we would never hear from them, we decided to go.

The LIV Golf Tour continues tomorrow with the Chicago Invitational at Rich Harvest Farms. And Norman is looking to take his circuit around the world soon,