Norman sighting on island walk

NEWS that a great white shark had been sighted in Coffs Harbour, spread around town like wildfire yesterday.

Hand in hand with his new bride Kirsten Kutner, but minus his trademark Akubra, Aussie golfing great and entrepreneur Greg Norman had morning walkers in a spin.

The newly married couple, who wed in the Caribbean in November, tackled Muttonbird Island as the leading yachts in the Pittwater to Coffs approached the harbour.

Norman didn’t elaborate on how long he intended being in Coffs Harbour or where he was staying.

It was rumoured ‘The Shark’ may even take time out from his extended honeymoon to grace the greens locally.

In the swing of things at last month’s Australian Open, Norman went on to record a top 10 finish in his own event, The Shark Shootout, just before Christmas.

Later this year another big date looms on the fairways for Norman.

In November, he’ll skipper the International team to take on the Americans in the Presidents’ Cup at Royal Melbourne Golf Club.



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