Tiger Woods on possible peace talks with LIV: 'I think Greg has to go'

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There are still steps to be taken before Tiger Woods can envision any sort of peace talks between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf.
For Woods, the first is obvious.
"I think Greg has to go," he said Tuesday.
Prior to the Hero World Challenge, Woods repeatedly reiterated calls for Greg Norman to be removed as commissioner and CEO of LIV Golf. Norman's frontline position in organizing the rival tour has been rumored for months, and last month a report emerged that LIV were considering replacing Norman with former TaylorMade manager Mark King. LIV has denied that report, but earlier this month in Dubai, Rory McIlroy and Jon Rahm publicly stated that Norman should be thrown out.
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Woods: "Greg (Norman) has to go first"
Woods directly and indirectly called for a leadership change on seven separate occasions Tuesday.
If Norman is removed, Woods said, then "there's an opportunity out there" for the two sides of the war to sit down and talk.
"I think it has to start with leadership on their side," he said. "To understand that what's happening right now doesn't fit into the best future for the entire game of golf.
“Well, what's the best way for our game to grow? It's not like that. But you must bring the two bodies together. When there's so much animosity on one side, someone's trying to destroy our tour, how do you deal with that?"
But Norman is only part of the equation.
LIV has sued (and the Tour has sued) the PGA Tour, with the trial scheduled for January 2024. Both sides would have to agree to postpone the case for any kind of solution.
Because of this, Woods saw no way for the two tours to coexist in this current environment. He said the "window is closing" as majors will soon have to finalize their qualifying criteria for next year's event.
"As it is, not now, not with their leadership, not with Greg there and his animosity towards the Tour itself. I don't see that," Woods said. "Like Rory said, and I said it too, I think Greg has to go and then hopefully at some point between the two lawsuits we can stay and figure something out. But why would you change anything when they have a lawsuit against you? They sued us first.”
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