It's a big week for LIV Golf and Greg Norman.
Norman, 68, will be heading to The Grange Golf Club in Adelaide as the breakaway tour makes its Australian debut.
Cameron Smith will be headlining the event with his all-Australian Ripper GC side. We are told that thousands will be in attendance.
There's also a dedicated 'party hole' not too dissimilar to No. 16 at TPC Scottsdale.
Norman's playing days are long behind him, but The Shark showed he's still got it. He recently played Royal Melbourne and almost had an ace.
In fact, once Norman's tee shot landed on the green his golf ball hit the pin and lipped out on the fifth hole on the West course.
Norman reportedly used a pair of rental clubs. Given his net worth, you'd expect Norman to have his own bats!
There is footage, which you can watch here:
Good mate just sent me this from Australia. He played with Greg Norman today at Royal Melbourne. Norman lipped out for a hole in one at the iconic par-3 fifth on the West course - with a rental set of clubs pic.twitter.com/INScHxG5he— Evin Priest (@EvinPriest) April 15, 2023
And here it is from behind the green hitting the flag pic.twitter.com/gqAQzaBZks— Evin Priest (@EvinPriest) April 15, 2023
What else is happening with Norman?
Norman is never too far away from the action. He wasn't at The Masters because Augusta National wanted the attention to be on golf and not the warring tours.
Norman revealed he hatched a plan to have all 18 'rebel' players who teed it up at Augusta storm the final green should a LIV Golf player win the green jacket.
After The Masters, Norman launched another blistering attack on the PGA, accusing the tour of 'rap*** and pillaging every 12 years' in a dig at the Presidents Cup.
Norman said there were plans to bring more LIV Golf events to Australia, which will be welcome news to Jed Morgan, who complained it was 'frustrating' there aren't more events in their schedule.
His comments contrasted with those who have joined LIV, explaining that they wanted to play less golf.