Rory McIlroy demands a significant LIV Golf makeover.
Over the past few months, the conflict between the PGA Tour and the LIV Golf league, which is supported by Saudi Arabia, has been unpleasant and rather hot at times,
even spilling over into a legal dispute. The retirement of LIV Golf commissioner Greg Norman, however, is one significant development that golfing great Rory McIlroy
believes may help the two leagues reconcile fences.Rory McIlroy stated that until Greg Norman either resigns or is dismissed, the two golf leagues won't be able to
reach a resolution before this weekend's DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. According to ESPN, McIlroy stated that "there are a couple things that I would like to see on the
LIV side that need to happen." "I believe Greg has to leave. He simply needs to leave the stage, in my opinion. Although he has left his imprint, I believe that this is the
appropriate time to sort of say, "Look, you've got this thing off the ground, but no one is going to talk unless there is an adult in the room who can truly try to mend fences.
Recent speculations suggested that Norman would be replaced by Taco Bell CEO Mark King,
however LIV has now come forth and categorically denied that Norman's position or title will alter in the future.