Golf legend Greg Norman breaks silence on giant bulge photo while walking dog

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Golf legend Greg Norman has finally spoken out after a topless picture of him went viral in November.

A shot of Norman walking his dog along a beach in Florida was seen by many, with plenty focusing on what was in the 65-year-old’s shorts.

His manhood appeared to be clearly visible in the blue trunks, while Norman looked trimmed walking along the coastline.

Norman has previously posed naked for ESPN The Magazine’s The Body issue, and has no qualms about showing off.

“I was just out walking my dog and it is what it is,” Norman told The Herald Sun .

“I think some of the comments were hilarious, and I don’t normally read the comments, so it was quite a bit of fun.

“I have a full gym at my house. I built it. It’s got a cardio room, a full weight room, free weights, all that stuff.

“It’s not a big deal to me, right? At the end of the day, I do enjoy keeping fit at my age. I don’t have any ego about me, but I do love having a fit life.”

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Norman is considered one of the greatest golfers of all time, having spent a remarkable 333 weeks as the world's No. 1 in the 1980s.

Despite that record, he only won two majors and previously said: “Look, there were plenty of occasions when I had the chance to win majors.

“Sometimes, other players did things to win. Other times, I screwed up. But that’s golf. These things happen.

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“I call it ‘destiny’. Everything happens for a reason in this life. I believe that. I really do. I don’t know why it happens. But it does.

“But I really don’t spend a lot of time looking back. I would rather look forward. What happens happens.

“Like I said, I believe in destiny. You learn a lot more when things go wrong than when they go right.”

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