Tiger Woods Turned Down $700m-$800m To Join LIV - Greg Norman

The 15-time Major winner is said to have turned down an offer somewhere in the region of $700m-$800m to join LIV Golf –

Tiger Woods turned down an offer between $700m-$800m to join LIV Golf, Greg Norman has confirmed.

The 15-time Major victor's charge is some $500m more than the number answered to have attracted Phil Mickelson over to the series, yet Woods has stayed faithful to the PGA Tour.

Norman affirmed that the deal had been made preceding him becoming LIV Golf's CEO.

"That number was out there before I became CEO.

So that number has been out there, yes," Norman told Fox News at the LIV Golf Bedminster Invitational, with the meeting circulating on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Monday night.

"What's more, look, Tiger is a needle-mover and obviously you need to take a gander at the most elite," Norman said.

"So they had initially moved toward Tiger before I became CEO.

In this way, indeed, that number was some place around there."