Greg Norman has given Cameron Smith a special task after signing with LIV Golf - and it's not just to light up his tournaments.

Smith, 29, finally won his first Major title with a sensational final round at The Open Championship in July.

But there were already rumors that the Australian star was heading for a rebel tour. And in a devastating blow to the PGA Tour,

Smith duly made his move for a fee in the region of £118m. He was joined by compatriot Marc Leishman, with the pair making their LIV debut at the final 54-hole event

And now Norman, 67, is hoping the pair can land him a third Aussie star, former world number one Adam Scott.

The 2013 Masters winners attended an extraordinary meeting of PGA players ahead of the last BMW Championship and appeared to pledge their loyalty

However, Norman's aggressive pursuit of players has shown no sign of letting up. He has already managed to disrupt the 2023 Ryder Cup

And he thinks the team element of his tournaments will drive Smith and Leishman to make it: "There were discussions with Adam early on