Highlights from An Evening with Greg Norman. The 1st Tea of New Zealand’s biggest event of 2012.
One of the biggest international sportsmen to speak live in New Zealand, Norman spent a massive 331 weeks as the World’s Number 1 ranked golfer and was the first person in tour history to surpass $10 million in career earnings.
Earning his Nickname “The Great White Shark,” due to his aggressive style and white blonde hair, Norman is also admired for his gracious attitude and his immense business skills.
The First Tee of New Zealand provides a place where youngsters can not only learn to play golf, but also learn invaluable life skills. Children can benefit from this programme through learning values and life skills that can help them to become better citizens. The lifeskills experience, delivered through the game of golf by experienced professionals, can offer children resistance skills and a set of core values to call their own.
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