Three new international venues for LIV Golf



by   |  VIEW 1995

Three new international venues for LIV Golf

LIV Golf announced this Tuesday three new international venues that will host tournaments as part of the 2023 calendar. El Camaleón Golf Course, in Mayakoba (February 24-26), Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore (April 21-23) and Real Club Valderrama in Spain (June 30-July 2), joins the previously announced The Grange Golf Club in Australia (April 21-23), as the venue for 4 of the 14 tournaments that will bring together the most great figures of innovative sport LIV Golf League.

Liv Golf, schedule

“LIV Golf is a global league dedicated to the expansion of sports at world level, these destinies for the launch of the league in 2023 demonstrate the compromise of playing tournaments at the highest level,” said Greg Norman, CEO and Commissioner of LIV Golf.

“Estas sedes han presenciado momentos iconicos en el golf y estamos emocionados por construir nuevas tradiciones para el deporte y la par brindar una experiencia de primera clase para los aficionados”. Real Club Valderrama, in San Roque (Cádiz) is considered the number one course in Europe from the 80's finals.

Valderrama is home to the most important golf events. Europe won the 32nd edition of the Ryder Cup in 1997 in this field, which also accommodated two editions of the World Golf Championships (1999 and 2000), the Volvo Masters (1988-2009) and in the last few years the Estrella Damm Andalucia Masters, one of the most prestigious tournaments in Europe.

The Norirlandés Graeme McDowell (2010), Sergio García (2011, 2017-2018) were crowned in Valderrama, field apodado el "Augusta National del Sur de Europa" for their pedigree and impeccable maintenance. Located in Sotogrande, municipality of San Roque in southern Spain, aficionados will also welcome the 22-year-old prodigy Eugenio López Chacarra, champion of the LIV Golf Invitational Bangkok and ex-número 2 in the world amateur ranking.

Note that the international field of LIV Golf features starred stars, players of 'majors' such as Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Henrik Stenson, Patrick Reed, Louis Oosthuizen, Sergio García and Cameron Smith, among others.

The final teams will be announced in 2023, when the 12 francs are compiled in a calendar of 14 global events, with a previous prize bag of $405 million. Following the model of the LIV Golf Invitational Series 2022, LIV Golf will assume its innovator format in which he plays the game individually and simultaneously in team form, making sure in the Team Championship, the grand final for teams.

The complete calendar of 2023 will be known in the next few weeks, with the tee off in February and with the end of the season in September, until it coincides with the Grand Slams, international events for teams, or highly renowned tournaments.