Brandel Chamblee says taking some bad advice, from Greg Norman among others, could cost Cameron Smith the chance to become Australia’s greatest ever golfer.
The Golf Channel analyst is a staunch LIV Golf critic, and has blamed Norman for preventing another Aussie from reaching his full potential by persuading him to join the Saudi-backed competition.
Who knows what might happen in the future with lawsuits still ongoing, but Chamblee feels the move, which he in part blames Norman for engineering, has cost Smith his chance of greatness.
“It’s ironic to me that it might possibly be an Aussie that will keep another Aussie in Cameron Smith possibly from ascending to a spot where he’s considered the greatest (Australian) player of all time,” Chamblee told the Golf Channel. “Supplanting Peter Thomson, he had that kind of talent.