Sunday, July 13, 2008

Norman Tries to Stick Ex-Wife With 1/2 Of All Major Defeats

A Florida judge ordered this past week that former world #1 Greg Norman pay his ex-wife over $103 million dollars in a settlement resulting from their 2007 divorce. Unfortunately The Shark's request to also give her 1/2 of all his final round collapses in major championships was summarily rejected by the court. Norman was hoping to finally get rid of his 1996 Masters where he squandered a 6-shot lead to Nick Faldo and ultimately lost by another five shots.

Norman, who wed former tennis star Chris Evert last month, reportedly has a prenuptial agreement in place where a divorce between them would leave Evert with Norman's 1986 PGA Championship loss to Bob Tway and his 1987 Masters loss to Larry Mize.

1 comment:

courtgolf said...

That's Chris Evert-Lloyd-Mills-Norman.

It's too bad we couldn't get Paul McCartney to call Greg Norman.