The event, which combines players who have won either a major championship or the Players Championship on the PGA Tour and their sons, who in order to be eligible are not allowed to be a touring professional, has proven popular with both local fans and television audiences who enjoy the opportunity to see some of the game's past greats in a competitive environment alongside one of their offspring.
Norman, who has been plagued by injury and accident concerns in recent years, appeared enthusiastic, fit and healthy when appearing in a staged video with his son as they talked about the possibility of playing together in the popular scramble event between December 13th and 17th in Orlando.
Norman Jr has been a player good enough to play in the Junior British Open in the past but more important than the Norman team's chances of doing well is the opportunity to see one of Australia's greatest on the golf course again.
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