LIV Golf League boss Greg Norman labelled Tiger Woods "a mouthpiece for the PGA Tour" in his latest verbal assault.
Woods, now 47, called on Norman to step down from LIV Golf during his pre-tournament press conference at the Hero World Challenge in November.
The decorated major champion claimed there was a chance for the rival golf tours to end their ongoing "civil war" if litigation was to end.
Woods called on LIV Golf to drop their antitrust lawsuit first. Then the PGA Tour can withdraw their countersuit.
Norman insists he's going nowhere. And despite the loss of two executives in recent months, the breakaway tour have been buoyed after finally landing a U.S. TV deal that will see them partner with The CW Network.
The 67-year-old Australian previously hailed that breakthrough as "momentous".
He was asked once again about the comments made from Woods and Norman did not hold back.
Norman told Fox News' Brian Kealmeade:
What, exactly, did Woods say about Norman?
What's next for LIV Golf?
LIV Golf are set to begin their 2023 season at El Camaleón Golf Course in Mayakoba, Mexico.
The 54-hole event - with a shotgun start - will take place over 24-26 February.
LIV announced a huge expansion from their debut season, expanding from eight events to 14.
Their full schedule has yet to be announced. We are expecting confirmation soon.
Elsewhere, it was reported that one player had his offer withdrawn after LIV announced their TV deal.