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Title Australian Story: Driving Greg Norman - Ep 2 Of 2
Published Australia : ABC1, 2013
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Summary Introduced by Gerard Whateley from ABC Grandstand and OffsidersFeaturing Bill Clinton and Adam ScottAustralian Story concludes the epic tale of Greg Norman, recognised as one of Australia's best and most flamboyant sports stars.Norman dominated international golf for nearly two decades in the eighties and nineties. He blazed a trail by cannily converting personal sporting success into a multi million dollar business brand. But his approach hasn't always drawn universal admiration and he concedes that his headline grabbing personal life hurt his image for a period of time.This week's episode covers the famous 1996 US Masters loss in which Greg Norman's grace in the face of crushing defeat drew admiration. The loss drove him to tears. But it was finally 'vindicated' earlier this year when Adam Scott became the first Australian to win the elusive trophy and paid emotional tribute to Greg Norman as his mentor.This episode also covers the story of Greg Norman's friendships with two US Presidents. There are candid family disclosures about the break up of his marriage to former world number one tennis star Chris Evert and his subsequent remarriage to third wife Kirsten 'Kiki' Norman
Event Broadcast 2013-09-09 at 20:00:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Divorce.
Golf -- Tournaments.
Sports -- Biography.
Families.
Form Streaming video
Author Whateley, Gerard, host
Andrassy, Laura, contributor
Bishop, Janis, contributor
Clayton, Mike, contributor
Clinton, Bill, contributor
Collins, Bart, contributor
Day, Jason, contributor
Fitzsimons, Peter, contributor
Fox, Andrew, contributor
Happell, Charlie, contributor
Leishman, Marc, contributor
Norman, Greg, contributor
Norman, Gregory, contributor
Norman, Kirsten, contributor
Norman, Merv, contributor
Scott, Adam, contributor