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Gray hairs won't slow Norman
Published July 28, 2005
KETTERING, Ohio - Greg Norman's birth certificate says he is 50, although he still doesn't consider himself a senior golfer.
Though some British publications dubbed him "Great Gray Shark" last week, Norman still wants to win on the PGA Tour.
"If I play more golf and feel competitive, it's going to be on the regular tour," Norman said Wednesday after a practice round for the U.S. Senior Open at NCR Country Club, which starts today. "I don't see myself adjusting my schedule for senior tournament golf."
Norman hasn't won a PGA Tour event since 1998. He had surgery March 22 to relieve the back pain that had limited him in recent years.
In his first event after rehabilitating, he played well at the British Open two weeks ago before shooting 76 in the final round. Last week in his seniors debut at the Senior British Open, he opened with 76, then shot 67, 70 and 68 to miss a playoff by a shot.
Despite that third-place finish, Norman still wants to be measured against Tiger Woods. He doesn't plan to play another senior event other than the majors this year or next.