Greg Norman and Joe Buck Will Call the US Open

The 2014 US Open at Pinehurst will be the last broadcast for NBC Sports for the foreseeable future. In 2015, Fox will take over the television duties. Fox officially announced their broadcast team today. Joe Buck and Greg Norman will bring us the sites and sounds from Chambers Bay. For Joe Buck, you pretty much know what you are going to get. He has been a mainstay on Fox baseball...
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18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Reports: Joe Buck, Greg Norman To Anchor 2015 U.S. Open on FOX

Since FOX Sports acquired the television rights to the 2015 U.S. Open, the question on everyone’s mind has been: Who will anchor the coverage? According to Sports Business Daily, FOX has not formally announced its choices to call the action, but numerous sources indicate that it will be the job of Joe Buck, the network’s long-time MLB and NFL announcer, to take viewers through...
Via Back9Network
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Buck, Greg Norman reportedly to lead Fox Sports’ coverage of ’15 U.S. Open; Who will join them? Gus Johnson?

John Ourand has the exclusive on Fox’s new golf team: Joe Buck and Greg Norman will be Fox Sports’ top on-air voices when the network debuts its golf coverage next year, according to several sources. The two will be set up in the 18th green tower at the ’15 U.S. Open, when the event will be held at Chambers Bay outside Seattle. The decision to tap Buck and Norman comes as somewhat...
Via Sherman Report
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Joe Buck and Greg Norman will reportedly call the US Open for Fox

After Greg Norman revealed in August that Fox had offered him a job to be their lead golf analyst, there was only one direction that Fox was going to go in their maiden voyage with the USGA. Now it looks like we’re getting very close to seeing it become a reality.  Sports Business Journal reports that Joe Buck and Greg Norman will be the men in the 18th tower to be the faces...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

The Masters: 9 Greatest Shots

If you want to win the most coveted article of clothing in professional sports, you’re going to need to hit some great shots along the way. The Masters is notorious for giving fans electrifying finishes and golf shots that live in our minds forever. Here are the top 9 shots in Masters history:Louis Oosthuizen’s Albatross – 2012 Masters: Usually, it’s inevitable that people...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Masters Countdown: 13 Days

Masters Moment #13: Greg Norman Melts Down Yesterday, our Masters Moment was Larry Mize’s famous chip in. The loser in that magical moment was Greg Norman. Sure, it’s a ****** way to go down, but you have to tip your cap and say you were beat. The 1996 Masters were a completely different story for Greg Norman. He didn’t get beat. He melted the hell down and lost the Masters...
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27 days ago  |  Discuss

Masters Countdown: 14 Days

Masters Moment #14: Larry Mize Chips-In I am not from Augusta, Georgia. But if I was, I would imagine the Masters would be a big part of my life growing up. Seems like the sort of thing that would seep into every part of your daily life. You eat, sleep, and breathe golf and when springtime rolls around your life becomes all about the Masters. It just has to be that way. Larry Mize...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

Masters Countdown: 27 Days

Masters Moment #27: Nick Faldo Wins His Third Masters I’ll admit, the 1996 Masters isn’t so much about Nick Faldo winning as it is about Greg Norman melting down. But we will talk about Norman in a later post. For now, let’s focus on Faldo. As he entered the final round, it seemed as if Faldo was destined to finish second. His third green jacket was all but on Greg Norman’s...
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March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Masters Countdown: 27 Days

Masters Moment #27: Nick Faldo Wins His Third Masters I’ll admit, the 1996 Masters isn’t so much about Nick Faldo winning as it is about Greg Norman melting down. But we will talk about Norman in a later post. For now, let’s focus on Faldo. As he entered the final round, it seemed as if Faldo was destined to finish second. His third green jacket was all but on Greg...
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March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: COBRA PUMA’s Bob Philion Brings ‘Swagger’ to Golf

Back9′s Charles Everett sits down with the President of COBRA PUMA GOLF, Bob Philion, to discuss the future of the company, the recent addition of Greg Norman to the team and bringing swagger back to the game of golf.Photo Gallery:More Back9Network Video:- Back9Network Presents ‘Inspire 2 Aspire’- Celebs Dine and Drive at SOBE Wine & Food Festival- Okemo: Summer Golf...
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March 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Photos: Greg Norman

"The Great White Shark," Greg Norman is a former world number one (He spent 331 weeks there before Tiger Woods) golfer, a two-time Open Champions, a wine mogul and business entrepreneur. Here's a look at the best of the Shark on and off the course through the years.
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February 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Norman's Shootout celebrating 25th year

In the late 1980s, Greg Norman wanted to put together a golf tournament with a relaxed atmosphere and unique team format to benefit children's charities. This is the 25th year Norman's event has been on the PGA Tour calendar. It has gone by seven names, and is now called the Franklin Templeton Shootout. It has gone from California to Florida, with the last 13 years at the...
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December 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Where was the mental toughness Greg Normal talks about using to beat Tiger Woods when he couldn’t beat Nick Faldo?

It’s amazing to hear about how tough golfer Greg Norman is when he was asked if he thought he could beat Tiger Woods. There is no doubt Norman was a great golfer. But mentally tough? That is another topic all together. Norman wasn’t so mentally tough when he went into the final round of the 1996 master with a 6 stroke lead over Nick Faldo. Norman never has shown the mental toughness...
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December 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Greg Norman: I would have beaten Tiger Woods in my prime

There were few golfers who enjoyed the kind of success in the late 1980s and early 1990s as Australian Greg Norman. Norman was without question one of the best golfers of that era as evidenced by his 20 PGA Tour titles, two major championships, and plethora of European and Australian Tour wins.In a recent piece for, Norman believes he could compete and win against any of...
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December 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Greg Norman: ‘I probably would have beat’ Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

Greg Norman thinks he would do pretty good against today’s players, and could even beat Tigers Woods and Phil Mickelson. “A lot of people ask how I’d stack up against today’s players if I had use of modern equipment. Listen, it’s not about the gear,” Norman said in a recent interview with “Winning is about what’s in your heart and in your head. Equipment...
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December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Norman on Tiger: ‘I Probably Would Have Beat Him’

Which is the more fearsome predator; the shark or the tiger? At least in a golf sense, Greg Norman thinks its might just be the Shark. “I think I’d do pretty well against Snead, Hogan, Tiger and Phil — whoever,” Norman said in an interview with Golf Magazine. “Tiger’s a tough guy, but I was a tough guy on the course, too. I probably would have beat him.”Norman said...
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December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Greg Norman Says He ‘Probably Would Have Beat’ Tiger Woods, That Winning Comes From ‘Heart’ and ‘Head’

Greg Norman says he would have beat Tiger Woods. He didn’t clarify where he would have beat him, such as in a regular tournament, a major or some other setting, but he has expressed his opinion, and it’s that he has the goods that would have made him a worthy opponent if he played in Woods’ time. Norman gave a wide range of insight for a recent interview, talking about...
December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Norman: Probably would've beat Tiger

Greg Norman is never one to shy away from an interview and he certainly let it spill in a recent interview with Golf Magazine. The former world No. 1 golfer said: "I never feared anything on the course, and I wasn't afraid to fail. So I think I'd do pretty well against (Sam) Snead, (Ben) Hogan, Tiger (Woods) and Phil (Mickelson) - whoever. Tiger's a tough guy, but...
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December 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Gary Player, others react to passing of political hero Nelson Mandela

The horrible news that broke out that South African leader and worldwide icon Nelson Mandela died at the age of 95. Nelson was not only a phenomenal leader and outstanding human being but he was also big into sports as well as he was an amateur boxer and also did running and other sporting activities. He was known as one of the most courageous men who ever lived and his legacy will...
Via The GP Golf Report
December 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Famed Former Caddy of Tiger Woods, Williams Looks to Call it Quits After Next Season, Does it Really Matter?

Williams (Left) along with Adam Scott. Well, it’s been the week of the caddies. First, we saw Henrik Stenson’s caddy Gareth Lord cruising down the street in his Ferrari he bought from Henrik’s winnings and now another caddie made the news and a fairly known caddy at that. Popular caddie Steve Williams who has carried the bags and helped set up the shots of Greg Norman, Raymond...
Via The GP Golf Report
November 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Caddie Williams to reduce schedule with Adam Scott

Adam Scott's caddie Steve Williams plans to cut down on his schedule after next year, slowly putting to an end a 35-year career carrying the golf bags of Raymond Floyd, Greg Norman and most successfully, Tiger Woods. Williams, who turns 50 in late December, said Saturday at Royal Melbourne, where Scott is playing in the World Cup, that 2014 will be his last fulltime with this...
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November 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Norman 'cut off' by Presidents Cup

Greg Norman is in paradise but he'd rather be in Columbus, Ohio. Norman spent the weekend shooting a television show and hosting a celebrity tournament on his ocean-side course here, now part of the idyllic Sandals resort, but feels he should've instead been getting ready for the Presidents Cup. Despite two losses as captain - the last on his home turf, two years ago in...
Via Fox Sports
October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Norman 'cut off' by Presidents Cup

'My role is done with the Presidents Cup,' Greg Norman says. But it's not by his choice.
October 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Tiger vs. Shark: Here we go again

Given he's not much of a sleeper -- four or five hours a night -- and doesn't like his hotel's soft beds, maybe Tiger Woods was up early and watching television on Thursday morning. If so, he'd have seen Greg Norman on "CBS This Morning." He might have even rolled his eyes. To say the two have a strained relationship wouldn't be accurate because two...
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August 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Big Names: ESPN Fires Douglas After Incident (Also: Linda Cohn, Greg Norman)

ESPN NFL analyst Hugh Douglas will not return to the network after his alleged altercation with Michael Smith. In other news, Fox Sports is in discussions to add Greg Norman for its U.S. Open coverage, […]
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August 13, 2013  |  Discuss

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