The sporting couple split in 2009 after just 15 months of marriage and their union... The couple wed in the Bahamas in June 2008 and separated after only 15 months....Sporting legends CHRIS EVERT and GREG NORMAN's divorce was finalised in a Florida court last month (Dec09), according to U. Sporting legends CHRIS EVERT and GREG NORMAN have split. A statement from the two 54 year old stars reads, "We will remain friends and supportive of one...Apparently, Laura wasn't as disappointed with the Hamptons. Because of the unprecedented success of Tiger Woods, it tends to be overlooked that in the 1980s and 1990s Norman spent 331 weeks - that's over six years! He came out of Queensland, Australia, where his mother had just a single-digit handicap. While still being a golf champion, Norman, now 53, became successful in the business world. That was when Norman announced that he and his wife were to be divorced.Golfer GREG NORMAN has married again less than a year after finalising his divorce from tennis player CHRIS EVERT.Norman, 55, exchanged vows with Australian interior designer Kirsten Kutner in front of their friends and family...Golfer GREG NORMAN is preparing to marry again less than a year after finalising his divorce from tennis player CHRIS EVERT.
The pair, both 53, exchanged vows in the Bahamas in front of 140 guests, including singer-songwriter...
The couple were married for 18 years and have three sons together Andy, meanwhile, is happily married to Debra Harvick – but he and Chris remain close for the sake of their three sons, Alexander, 24, Nicholas, 22 and 20-year-old Colton.
"We got back together as a family and we still do things and he's a great guy," Chris continued. He's taking them fishing and hunting and motorcycles and golf and tennis – introduced them to so much." : "When we were growing apart, I should have nailed it right then and there and communicated, but I didn't. I broke Andy's heart and I broke my kids' hearts and I brought that into my next marriage.
She played a large role in the international success of her husband and knows the right people at that level.
It was reported in 1986 when Greg Norman finished tied for 12th in the U. Open at Shinnecock Hills that he and Laura were interested in some East End real estate.
Instead, it was the winner of that year's Open, Raymond Floyd, and his wife, who bought property in Southampton and built a house on it. In 1994, he averaged only 68.81 per round, which is equivalent to a 30-win season for a pitcher or Wayne Gretzky's record-setting 215-point season.