The PGA Tour's spat with the LIV Golf league, which is financed by Saudi Arabia, has reached the courts in recent months. Rory McIlroy, a celebrity on the golf course,
has proposed one major adjustment that might help the two leagues make amends: the departure of LIV Golf commissioner Greg Norman.
Rory McIlroy stated in an interview before this weekend's DP World Tour Championship in Dubai that unless Greg Norman resigns or is sacked, the two golf leagues won't be
able to reach a solution.
According to ESPN, McIlroy added, "there are a couple things that I would want to see on the LIV side that needs to happen.
" Greg, in my opinion, needs to go. I believe he should simply leave the stage at this point. He's already established himself,
but now is the moment to tell him, "Look, you've got this thing off the ground, but no one is going to speak until there's an adult in the room that can truly attempt to heal ties."