Norman's Masters note to Woods goes ignored: 'Maybe Tiger just dislikes me'
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Greg Norman was one of many people to send Tiger Woods a congratulatory message after he won his 15th career major at the 2019 Masters. But "The Shark" got snubbed.

In an interview with Men's Health, Norman discussed his lack of a relationship with Woods, revealing that he's still waiting to hear back from the Masters champion after hand-delivering a letter to Tiger's residence in Florida.

"Very few people know this: when Tiger won the Masters this year, I wrote him a handwritten note and drove down my road, maybe a quarter of a mile, and hand-delivered it to his guard at his gate," Norman recalled. "I said, 'Hey, this is Greg Norman here. I’ve got a note for Tiger – can you please hand-deliver it to him?'

"Well, I never heard a word back from the guy," the Australian continued. "When I won my first major championship, Jack Nicklaus was the first person to walk down out of the TV tower and congratulate me. I don't know - maybe Tiger just dislikes me."

This isn't the first example that there's no bond between two of the greatest golfers of all time. In 2017, Norman admitted the two never talk and said it was Tiger's decision not to form a relationship with him.

"Personally, I don't know him even though we live half a mile from each other. I wouldn't have said one word to Tiger Woods in 10 years," said Norman.

Not to worry, Greg. You're not alone.

Norman's Masters note to Woods goes ignored: 'Maybe Tiger just dislikes me'
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