Greg Norman declares that beginning with round two in Boston, LIV competitors may compete while sporting shorts.

Shorts worn during competition have been a hotly contested subject on the PGA Tour for the past few years. Since shorts have been permitted during practise rounds since February 2019,

journalists and fans have questioned if it's appropriate to let shorts on the Tour during competition due to the high temperatures during summer events

After the opening round of LIV Golf Boston at The International in Bolton, Massachusetts, Greg Norman, the league's CEO and a Saudi-backed organisation, 

made the following social media announcement: starting with the second round in New England, LIV players will be permitted to compete while wearing shorts.

The first-round leaders are Matthew Wolff and Talor Gooch, who are all at 7 under. Newcomer Cameron Smith, who made his LIV debut with a 6-under 64, is right behind them.

Saudi Arabia has been charged of a variety of human rights violations, including executions committed for political reasons, torture, forced disappearances, and cruel treatment of detainees.

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