Some of Australia’s best golf courses could be in line to host one of Greg Norman’s LIV golf events after Sharks announced it will be part of 14 events around the world in 2023.
Norman’s controversial Saudi-backed series includes stops in North and Latin America, Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Europe.
according to Australian Golf Digest, the event below takes place in Sydney. In the years before the pandemic, Sydney’s Australian Golf Club and The Lakes hosted the Australian Open.
Ahead of his third LIV event in New Jersey this week, Norman revealed plans to expand but was adamant that the tour “will not compete with the majors, international group events or legacy events.”
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But LIV Announcing that there will be 14 tournaments around the world in 2023 – with $579 million in prize money – seems at odds with recruits like Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson who want to play less.
“LIV Golf’s expanding global platform adds a new dimension to the golf ecosystem as we know it, giving players and fans around the world the opportunity to help maximize the true potential of our beloved sport,” said Norman.
“Our franchise model will bring new energy and excitement to fans from all corners of the world, while establishing and growing a league of teams.”
The new look LIV Tour includes the LIV Golf League with 48 players and 12 established team franchises that stay the same year round.
Captains can build their franchises to attract a fan following and sponsor interest.
British Open champion Cameron Smith has been linked with a move to LIV in 2023, along with Aussies Adam Scott and Marc Leishman to build an all-Australian team among 12 franchises.
There will be a promotion and relegation component on the tour in 2023, with players having the chance to enter the LIV Golf League based on their performance at Asian Tour events. replaced.
Players in the LIV Golf League will compete for more than $400M in team and individual play by 2023, constantly competing against their competitors throughout the year.