Tiger Woods turned down $700-$800 million proposal to join Saudi-supported LIV Golf series, says CEO Greg Norman

Tiger Woods turned down a deal worth roughly $700-$800 million to join the Saudi-supported LIV Golf series

as indicated by the visit's CEO Greg Norman.

During a meeting on Fox News that broadcasted on Monday, previous world No. 1 Norman was asked by Tucker Carlson on the off chance that

Woods was offered $700-$800 million to join the LIV Golf series.

"That number was out there before I became CEO," Norman answered.

"Along these lines, that number's been out there, yes. See, Tiger's a needle mover, correct?

"Thus, obviously, you will check out at the most elite.

They had initially moved toward Tiger before I became CEO, in this way, indeed, that number is some place around there."

Already, Norman had told the Washington Post in June that Woods was offered tremendous cash to take part however turned it down.