LIV Golf adds events in Mexico, Singapore and Spain to the 2023 calendar


The LIV Golf League will host tournaments in Australia, Mexico, Singapore and Spain as part of its 14-event schedule in 2023.

LIV Golf announced on Wednesday that it will host events at El Camaleon Golf Course in Mayakoba (February 24-26), Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore (April 28-30) and Real Club Valderrama in Spain ( from June 30 to July 2). LIV Golf previously announced that it would play at Grange Golf Club in Australia (April 21-23).

LIV Golf is also set to return to Centurion Club outside London, which was the site of its inaugural event in June.

“LIV Golf is truly a global league dedicated to expanding the sport around the world, and these destinations for the league’s launch in 2023 show our commitment to tournament play at the highest level,” said the CEO and Commissioner. of LIV Golf, Greg Norman, in a statement. “These venues have hosted defining moments in golf, and we are excited to create new traditions for the sport while providing a top-notch fan experience at some of the best courses in the world.”

Mayakoba has hosted a PGA Tour event since 2007; Russell Henley won the World Tech Championship there on November 6. Valderrama hosted the 1997 Ryder Cup and has been the site of a DP World Tour event in recent years. The Grange Golf Club was the course where Norman won his first tournament as a pro in 1976.

LIV is expected to announce the rest of its 2023 schedule in the coming weeks.

According to various published reports, the circuit, which is funded by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, will hold tournaments at three courses owned by former US President Donald Trump: Trump National Golf Club Bedminster in New Jersey, Trump National Golf Club Washington DC in Virginia and Trump National Doral in Miami, which hosted the inaugural team championship in October.

LIV Golf also plans to play events in Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma and West Virginia, sources say.



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