<image="1" align="left" />Greg Norman has admitted he may never play golf again after the chainsaw accident that damaged his left hand recently.
Norman is continuing to have treatment on the hand.
“Well we don’t know yet, we don’t know,” the Australian told Fox Business. “I had my first swing in the gym the other day, not hitting a golf ball but just swinging a light weighted golf club and it definitely feels different. I mean I have to build up a lot of the muscle that was torn away here. Chainsaw does a good job, when you chainsaw a log you see all those chips come out, a little bit of flesh in there too.”
The 59-year-old Norman was trimming trees at his Florida property when the accident happened, but he has no regrets about being so hands-on. “I’m a Mr. Do It man,” he said. “I like to get in there and do everything. If I can do it myself I’m going to do it.”
Norman played only a handful of tournaments last year and nowadays focuses on his business interests.