Greg Norman: Tiger Woods turned down $700-$800 million offer to join Saudi-backed LIV tour

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Greg Norman says Tiger Woods was offered $700 million to $800 million to take part in LIV Golf series. Woods has been opposed to the series, which is funded by the Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund. The 48-man fields, which play 54 holes with no cut, offer $25 million in prize money at each event.
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Tiger Woods turned down offer of $700-$800 million to join controversial LIV Golf

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