The world of golf is constantly changing. Lately, things have been a rollercoaster for everyone involved. At a recent Sergio Garcia event, another big defection from LIV Golf was rumored.

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Sergio Garcia, the famous LIV golfer, recently hosted an event to raise money for children’s charities.

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This pro golfer sparked rumors at Garcia’s event involving LIV Golf players

Professional golfers like Sergio Garcia are known for advancing their legacy and contributing to causes close to their hearts by hosting charity events. Reports of such occurrences usually go to the cause that the host feels deeply.

The same was true for the recent charity event organized by Sergio Garcia. His last event was called Fore Kids ATX. It aimed to raise funds for various children’s charities.

What caught the public’s attention, however, was that the Chilean professional golfer was present at the event alongside other LIV golfers. There were rumors hinting at his move to the Saudi-backed league.

Social media users are wondering if Pereira can potentially be LIV Golf’s newest signing. The pro golfer’s potential move could indicate that Pereira isn’t the only player making the move.

Justin Thomas wins his second PGA Championship after beating Will Zalatoris and Mito Pereira | Courtesy of Reuters Images

Rumor has it that there are a number of players who could also make the switch. Only time will tell what the truth about this situation is.

LIV clarifies information regarding Greg Norman replacement

In fact, there have been reports suggesting that Greg Norman, the current CEO of LIV Golf, is set to be replaced by current Taco Bell CEO Mark Kim as the new CEO of LIV Golf. .

However, the LIV administration was quick to ignore these allegations. LIV Managing Director Majed Al Sorour played a key role in clearing things up. He said, “Greg Norman is our CEO and curator. Any suggestion that changes are being made to Greg’s title or role is patently false.

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October 30, 2022; Miami, Florida, USA; LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman looks on during the final round of the LIV Golf Series season finale at Trump National Doral. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

It makes sense that LIV makes the air clearer. Considering the fact that Norman put most of his contacts from his pro years into building LIV Golf from the ground up. Having someone as influential as Norman just puts the icing on the cake.

Even though there was a huge update on Greg Norman possibly leaving LIV Golf, the Saudi-backed league’s general manager was quick to clear things up. Only time will tell how this story progresses now. However, what we can guarantee is that it will not fail to interest onlookers.

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