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He is one of the most legendary golfers of all time and after more than three decades, Australian Greg Norman is still driving the ball down the fairway.
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Norman was born in Queensland, Australia in 1955 and didn't even start playing golf until he was 16 years old. However, within a year of learning to play, Norman quickly had a scratch handicap.
His professional career began in 1976 and in that same year he won the West Lakes Classic at The Grange in Adelaide, South Australia.
In less than five years, Norman won the Australian Open and soon after it was the start of a long career of impressive wins around the world.
During the 1980s and 1990s, Norman spent a record-breaking 331 weeks as the world's number one golf player.
Norman soon developed quite the reputation on the fairways and other golfers and commentators began dubbing him the "great white shark" - both a reference to his aggressive and tactical style of play and his bright blonde hair.
Here's your chance to have your questions answered by champion golfer, Greg Norman.
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