Australian golf legend Greg Norman has tested positive to COVID-19.
The two-time British Open champion, who now lives in the United States, announced the news in an Instagram post.
“This sums it all up. My Christmas Day. On behalf of millions, f— Covid,” Norman wrote.
“Get this s— behind us never to experience it again.”
It came just a day after he posted a video message where he confirmed he was isolating after displaying symptoms of coronavirus.
“I just got off the phone with my doctor, and even though I had a test on Tuesday, and the results came back negative, I am exhibiting mild symptoms of potentially COVID.
“I feel very flu-like, I have a mild fever, I have cough, I have aches and pains, I have a mild headache.
“So I am in self-quarantine.”
Norman last week teamed up with his son Greg Jr in the PNC Championship that also featured Tiger and Charlie Woods.
“Lets look forward to 2021 and beyond, and making this world a better, happier, more successful, happier place,” Norman said.
“Whatever the new normal is going to be, lets make it the new normal.
“We’ve learned a lot of lessons this year, it’s been an ugly one.
“I for one, am looking forward to getting out of this quarantine, and looking forward to building whatever the great future is in 2021.”
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