Wildfires Force Norman To Evacuate Ranch

While deadly wildfires in California continue to rage, a fire in Colorado — sparked by a lightning strike earlier this month — has forced two-time major champion Greg Norman and his family to evacuate their 11,600-acre lodge near Aspen.

Although the fire is 82 percent contained, according to reports from July 30th, almost 13,000 acres near the towns of Basalt and Carbondale have been burned. On Sunday evening, as the flames closed in on the estate, Norman took a number of videos and posted them to his social media channels on Monday morning.

A few hours after posting his initial report from Sunday evening, Norman followed up mid-day Monday that his property is “not out of the woods yet.”

The story will continue to be updated as new information emerges.

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