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Golf-Australia to host LIV Golf event next April in Adelaide

Golf-Australia to host LIV Golf event next April in Adelaide

LIV Golf announced on Sunday that it will organize league events in Australia beginning in April next year in The Grange Golf Club in Adelaide.The tournament that takes place between April 21 and 23 in The Grange will be one of 14 events on the LIV Golf League's 2023 calendar and will offer golfers the opportunity to see the reigning British Open champion Cameron Smith along with his fellow Australians Marc Leishman and Matt Jones playing.

This is a chance to develop the game with generations of Australians as well as connect them to famous players such as Cameron Smith,LIV Golf CEO Greg Norman said in a press release.There is a huge opportunity in Australia for Australia to take on a greater part in this fantastic sport. I'm beyond excited to show off Adelaide as our first league year.The Grange was the location of top-ranked Norman's debut professional triumph in 1976. It also in addition was the venue for The Women's Australian Open in 2019 and in 2016.

As to the LIV Golf Invite 2022 Series which was launched on June 1, LIV Golf League will offer simultaneous team and individual competition, where golfers will compete for an incredible $45 million in prize funds.The full schedule of 2023's leagues which will be released in the coming days, will be from February to September . It will not be competing with golf's four majors teams from abroad, or traditional tournaments.

The Saudi Arabia-funded LIV Golf series has lured participants with the promise of cash-flow guarantees, huge paydays, as well as a less-schedule and the U.S.-based PGA Tour has suspended players who chose to join the competition.Some of the most prominent players who will be joining LIV include World Golf Hall of Fame member Phil Mickelson, twice major champion Dustin Johnson and 2020 U.S. Open winner Bryson DeChambeau.

The critics claim LIV Golf which is funded from the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund, amounts to flagrant "sportswashing" from a country looking to repair its image that has been tarnished by its record of human rights violations.He said to slot online malaysia.