There are whispers Greg Norman's days with the LIV Golf League are numbered.
It could be absolutely nothing, but Norman didn't appear to be at the party before their $25m event in Tucson at The Gallery Golf Club.
Curiously, Norman, 68, has removed any mention of LIV Golf in his Twitter handle.
Norman did previously have LIV Golf referred to in his biography across his various social media accounts.
LIV Golf have not made a statement about Norman's future. GolfMagic has contacted LIV Golf for comment on Norman.
At the back end of last season, there were similar rumours that Norman was to be effectively replaced and 'moved upstairs'.
There was even chatter that former TaylorMade supremo Mark King was to step into the role and replace Norman.
It was reported that in a bid to achieve more 'legitimacy' those behind-the-scenes at LIV wanted to try and move away from the controversy that often follows Norman.
One LIV executive was recently quoted as saying Norman 'always' takes the bait and fires back at his critics such as Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy.
This executive told Golf:
This comment came off the back of Norman once again criticising the aforementioned McIlroy.
Norman warned the Northern Irishman:
In the end, that rumour was blasted by those in charge at LIV Golf.
Norman's position was said to be strengthened with the Saudi-backed tour after a flurry of resignations in the off-season.
If Norman has indeed left LIV the news comes fresh off the back of the league facing another legal headache.
Reports surfaced earlier in the week that their attempts to trademark LIV Golf were blocked by a Miami-based nightclub.
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