As part of its expanded 2023 schedule, the LIV Golf League will host tournaments in Arizona and Oklahoma.
LIV Golf announced Wednesday that events will be held at the Gallery Golf Club of Tucson, Arizona on March 17-19, Cedar Ridge Country Club (Tulsa, Oklahoma) on May 12-14, and The Greenbrier (White Sulphur Springs), West Virginia on Aug. 4-6.
LIV Golfs expansion in new U.S. markets increases the excitement for the leagues launch in 2023, LIV Golf CEO/commissioner Greg NormanThe statement read: More golf fans around the world and across the country will be able to experience the LIV Energy and innovative competition that has revitalized the sport. These championship courses will help to transform the season ahead for players and fans.
LIV Golf League had previously announced that it would play tournaments throughout Australia, Mexico and Spain as part its 14-event calendar in 2023. According to the leagues schedule, it will be open from February through September. It will not compete in major championships, international team events, and heritage PGA tournaments.
LIV Golf will host events at El Camaleon Golf Course (Mayakoba), Mexico (Feb. 24-26), the Grange Golf Club (April 21-22), Sentosa Golf Club (April 28-30), Real Club Valderrama (Sotogrande), Spain (June 30-July 2) LIV Golf will be returning to The Centurion Club outside London which was the location of its inaugural event in July.
The circuit, which is being supported by Saudi Arabias Public Investment Fund is also expected to host tournaments at three courses owned by former U.S. president Donald Trump: Trump National Golf Club Bedminster (New Jersey), Trump National Golf Club Washington D.C. Sterling, Virginia, Trump National Doral Miami.