Tiger Woods has joined Rory McIlroy in calling for Greg Norman to quit as boss of the breakaway LIV Golf Tour.
Woods believes it is possible for the PGA Tour to negotiate a settlement with the Saudi Arabia-funded LIV Tour, but only if Norman steps aside.
Earlier this month, McIlroy said that the Australian former world number one needed to "exit stage left".
Speaking before this week's Hero World Challenge, Woods called on LIV to suspend their legal action against the PGA Tour.
"I think Greg has to go, first of all," Woods, 46, said. "And then obviously litigation against us and then our countersuit against them, those would then have to be at a stay as well.
"So then we can talk, we can all talk freely."