GREG Norman has agreed to add his prints to the Australian Walk of Fame at Tweed Heads. AAP image
GREG Norman has agreed to add his prints to the Australian Walk of Fame at Tweed Heads. AAP image

Shark joins our Walk


GREG Norman, Australia's greatest golfer, will head the next team of famous names to be inducted into the Australian Walk of Fame at Tweed Heads.

Along with Norman, an iconic Aussie singer-songwriter is also understood to have agreed to join the Walk of Fame.

Norman's agreement is an indication that our biggest international stars are now starting to recognise the Walk of Fame is a genuine and worthwhile honour, according to Walk of Fame founder Alan Black.

Mr Black yesterday said Norman's personal assistant in Florida had advised "The Shark" would be honoured to have his handprints set in cement next to the Johnny O'Keefe statue on Wharf Street.

Mr Black is hopeful the induction ceremony will be in March or April next year.



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