Australian golfing great Greg Norman has revealed he has coronavirus.
The 65-year-old posted a picture of himself recovering in a US hospital on Christmas Day.
Norman said he was told to self-isolate by his doctor on Thursday after showing symptoms of COVID-19.
On Christmas Eve, Norman posted a video to his social media saying he had been tested for COVID and was expecting the results to return negative.
“I feel very flu-like,” Norman said in a video on his Instagram account.
“I have a mild fever, I have a cough, I have aches and pains, I have a mild headache, so I am in self-quarantine.
“Ugly place to be … but I just do not want to jeopardise [anyone], affecting any of my family or friends and loved ones around me.”
A day later, the condition of the two-time major champion seemed to have deteriorated, with a post showing him in a hospital bed, wearing a black mask.
Norman also shared photographs of medical staff around him wearing full personal protective equipment.
“This sums it all up … My Christmas Day,” he wrote.
“On behalf of millions, f*** CoVid,” he wrote.
“[Let’s] get this s*** behind us never to experience it again.”
His son, Greg Norman Junior, also posted to social media that he and his wife, Michelle, had tested positive to coronavirus.
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Norman has been based in the US since the 1980s and lives at Hobe Sound in Florida.
Florida is the fourth-worst affected US state in terms of the pandemic, with more than 20,000 coronavirus deaths and over 1 million infections.