Tiger Woods has become the latest major figure on the PGA Tour to say LIV Golf's Greg Norman must leave to allow peace to break out as the sport's civil war persists.
The 15-time major winner has backed up world number one Rory McIlroy's comments for the Australian to stand down in order to help heal the divide.
Norman, the CEO and face of the Saudi-funded breakaway tour, has been a prominent figure amid a bitter split in golf, with several of the world's leading players defecting to the rival series and with lawsuits between both parties.
McIlroy already said the chance of a compromise between both tours was unlikely as long as Norman remained in place, and now Woods has echoed his words.
"I see that there's an opportunity out there if both organisations put a stay on their litigation, but that's the problem, they've got to put a stay on it," Woods stated ahead of the Hero World Challenge.
"Whether or not they do that or not, there's no willingness to negotiate if you have a litigation against you.
"So if they both have a stay and then have a break, and then they can meet and figure something out, then maybe there is something to be had.
"But I think Greg has to go, first of all, and then obviously litigation against us and then our counter-suit against them, those would then have to be at a stay as well. Then we can talk, we can all talk freely."
Woods was set to play in the Hero World Challenge this week, but he withdrew after developing a foot problem.
He is still set to partner McIlroy at The Match later this month and then play with son Charlie at the PNC Championship.