Australia’s Greg Norman hospitalised with Covid-19

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Australian golfer Greg Norman said he has been hospitalised with Covid-19 symptoms, posting an Instagram photo of himself in a hospital bed.

NORMAN SAID HE WAS SUFFERING FROM VIRUS SYMPTOMS

The 65-year-old Aussie, a former world No 1 who won the 1986 and 1993 British Opens, had said he was suffering from virus symptoms despite testing negative and quarantining in his Jupiter, Florida, home.

On Christmas, Norman posted a photo of himself with medical equipment in the background, an NFL Pittsburgh Steelers mask over his lower face and the caption: “This sums it all up. My Christmas Day.”

He posted that he wanted to “get this (Covid-19 virus) behind us never to experience it again.”

Norman had said he was experiencing a mild fever, cough, aches and pains and a headache.

GREG NORMAN COMPETED WITH HIS SON LAST WEEK

He competed in last week’s PNC Championship at Orlando with his son Greg jnr, finishing in a share of ninth.

Greg Norman owns 88 worldwide wins. He spent 331 weeks as the world No 1, a feat surpassed only by Tiger Woods, and was elected into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2001.

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