Newly Revealed 2023 LIV Golf Venues
LIV Golf has announced some schedules for the upcoming 2023 season. The open course includes many places where PGA Tour events have been held.
LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman (Australia) announced on the 15th (Korean time) that among the 2023 LIV Golf Tournament courses, Gallery Golf Club in Tucson, Arizona, Cedar Ridge Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Old White Course in Greenbriar, West Virginia, USA. 3 new locations were announced.
Gallery Golf Club will hold the tournament from March 17th to 19th. This is where the 2007 and 2008 PGA Tour World Golf Championship (WGC) match play was held. In 2007, Henrik Stenson (Sweden), currently a member of LIV Golf, won the championship, and in 2008, Tiger Woods (USA), the ‘golf emperor’, won the championship.
The competition will be held at Cedar Ridge Country Club from May 12-14. Although not on the PGA Tour, it was the site of the 1983 U.S. Women’s Open, a major women’s golf tournament.
Greenbrier’s Old White course, held August 4-6, has until recently hosted PGA Tour events. For 10 years from 2010 to 2019, the players were welcomed under the name of the Greenbrier Classic. In 2018, Korean-American Kevin Na won, and in 2019, Joaquin Niemann (Chile) won the championship. All of them are members of LIV Golf. 토토사이트
In addition, Mexico’s El Camaleon Golf Course (February), Australia’s Grange Golf Club (April), Singapore’s Sentosa Golf Club (April), and Spain’s Real Club Valderrama (June) have been announced as schedules for 2023. El Camaleon Golf Course is familiar as the site of the Mayakoba Classic on the PGA Tour. Sentosa Golf Club is the venue for the HSBC Women’s World Championship on the LPGA Tour. Park Seong-hyun (2019), Kim Hyo-joo (2021), and Ko Jin-young (2022) lifted the championship trophy.
“With LIV Golf entering the new US market, expectations for 2023 are growing,” said Norman. “Many golf fans around the world will experience the energy and innovation of LIV Golf. The new championship course will greatly contribute to the upcoming season.