LIV Golf League 2023 schedule: 14 events in seven countries included in the expanded calendar | Golf News
LIV Golf returns to London, Chicago, Bedminster, Jeddah and Miami and adds Orlando, Washington DC and Australia to its expanded 14-event tournament schedule; season starts in Mexico from 24th to 26th February
Last Updated: 30/01/23 1:47 pm
LIV Golf has announced a 14-event schedule for the 2023 season, with seven countries hosting events as part of an expanded calendar.
All 14 events take place in the weeks beyond the men’s professional leagues and Ryder Cup, with any potential clash with the PGA Tour’s advanced events and Rolex Series tournaments on the DP World Tour as well. is avoided.
LIV Golf commissioner Greg Norman said: “We’ve received tremendous feedback from fans around the globe throughout our five beta testing years, with one theme standing out: the team format, the LIV Golf’s innovation and festival-like events are offering a one-of-a-kind golf experience.
“Last year helped lay the groundwork for the future of golf at exceptional courses that have hosted some of the world’s top competitions. LIV Golf’s schedule features championship venues and venues. great for our official league debut, which will take the sport into a new era.”
El Camaleon at Mayakoba in Mexico will host the season opener from February 24 to 26, with The Gallery Golf Club in Tucson, the Arizona-based event venue, from March 17 to 19.
Orange County National in Orlando is the venue used from March 31 to April 2, a week before The Masters, while Grange Golf Club in Adelaide, Australia and Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore host the events. events in consecutive weeks in April.
There are U.S.-based tournaments at Cedar Ridge Country Club in Oklahoma and Trump National in Washington DC in May, taking place during the weeks on either side of the PGA Championship, with the former Ryder Cup venue being the Real Club Valderrama in Spain hosts the first consecutive European events from June 30 to July 2.
The Centurion Club in the UK – which hosted last year’s inaugural event – is re-used from July 6-9, while back-to-back tournaments in the US take place in West Virginia and New Jersey for two weeks. the first of August.
Rich Harvest Farms in Chicago is used a week before the Ryder Cup and Trump National Doral is the venue from October 20 to 23, before the Team Championship is held at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in Saudi Arabia from 3 to 5 November.
Who will introduce?
Cameron Smith, Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Sergio Garcia and Patrick Reed are some of the notable players involved, all featuring in the inaugural season in 2022.
Henrik Stenson, Bubba Watson, Louis Oosthuizen, Graeme McDowell, Martin Kaymer and Charl Schwartzel are also among the former big winners who will return for the expansion campaign.
The final lineup for the LIV Golf League will be announced before the tournament’s launch, as 12 franchised teams will compete in a schedule of 14 global events for an unprecedented 405 prize pool. millions of dollars.