Greg Norman, 331 weeks as World No. 1, 91 career wins, 20 PGA TOUR titles, 2 Open Championships, World Golf Hall of Fame inductee. Greg Norman now transcends the game of golf, with over a dozen companies around the world bearing his name and the iconic shark logo as part of the Greg Norman Company, which he leads at Chairman & CEO. Arguably the most successful athlete-turned-businessman in the world, Greg Norman is known as much for his entrepreneurial spirit in the boardroom as his dominance on the golf course.
Arguably the most successful athlete-turned-businessman in the world, Greg Norman is known as much for his entrepreneurial spirit in the boardroom as his dominance on the golf course. The internationally recognized “Great White Shark” won more than 90 tournaments worldwide, including two British Open Championships, and claims the distinction of having held the No. 1 position in the world rankings for 331 consecutive weeks. In 2009 and 2011, Greg served as the Presidents Cup Captain of the International Team and his strong influence in the game continues today as lead golf analyst for FOX’s USGA coverage.Learn More
Greg Norman won 91 professional events in his career, including 20 PGA TOUR titles. Victorious in two majors, he won the British Open Championship in 1986 and 1993, and became the first person in PGA TOUR history to surpass $10 million in career earnings. Norman received the Arnold Palmer Award in 1986, 1990 and 1995 as the PGA TOUR's money leader, and in 1995, after three TOUR wins, was named PGA TOUR Player of the Year. Norman captained the 2009 and 2011 Presidents Cup International teams and recently ranked No. 2 on Golf World's list of Best Modern Golfers.Learn More
Take an in-depth look at the Hall of Fame career of Greg Norman. The tournament victory "Sharkive" contains a recap of every win – from his first professional title at the 1976 West Lakes Classic to the 2001 Skins Game. In total, Norman won 91 professional events around the world, including two British Open Championships and 20 on the PGA TOUR.Learn More
Golf has its trying moments, even for Greg Norman. So when you want to know how to stay out of those bunkers, hit a flock of birdies and eagles, and play better than par, this will suit you to a tee. It will help with ideas on how to visualize the golf course. How to concentrate with confidence. And maybe give you an idea on that elusive hero shot - the hole-in-one. Tips are taken from Greg's popular instructional manual, 100 Instant Golf Lessons.Learn More
Having played golf for nearly 40 years, I have always held the belief that a sound body leads to a sound mind. Fitness programs for recreational and tour level players certainly differ, but the goal of any program should be the same: to change the composition and reaction ability of one's neuromuscular system in order to develop a more consistent golf swing. Regardless of your talent level, available time, or level of fitness, these tips should provide you options for undertaking an effective program.Learn More