LIV Golf Invitational Series Portland Field

The field and captains for the second event in the Saudi-backed Series have been finalised

Brooks Koepka takes a shot in a practice round before the Portland LIV Golf Invitational Series event
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The 48-man field has been confirmed for the second tournament of the LIV Golf Invitational Series at Pumpkin Ridge in Portland, Oregon. 

In the weeks following the inaugural event at London's Centurion Club, a number of PGA Tour players were enticed to the Series, including Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Reed, Abraham Ancer, Brooks Koepka and Pat Perez. The field has been further bolstered in recent days with three new signings, American Matthew Wolff, Mexico's Carlos Ortiz and World No.2 amateur Eugenio Chacarra. Japan's Yuki Inamori is the final new name in this week's field. 

They will tee it up along with high-profile players from the maiden tournament, including winner Charles Schwartzel, Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Ian Poulter, Lee Westwood and Louis Oosthuizen

Because of the limited field, it is inevitable that some players who participated in the first tournament will miss out. That means Oliver Bekker, Ratchanon Chantananuwat, Oliver Fisher, Pablo Larrazabal, Viraj Madappa, Andy Ogletree, David Puig, JC Ritchie and Kevin Yuan are all players who competed in London who sit out the second tournament. 

Overall, the Portland field will feature four former world No.1s, two in the current top 20 (Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka) and almost half in the current world top 100. As with the first tournament, players will compete in a 54-hole no cut competition combining individual and team formats for a purse of $25 million.

As well as the field, the 12 team captains have also been named, with new arrival Bryson DeChambeau immediately being handed the honour of captaining Crushers GC. The players who will be joining each team will be announced on Tuesday following a draft. Sergio Garcia, who captained Fireballs in London, has revealed the team name and logo is to change in time for this week's event.

You can check out the full list of both the field and captains below. 

LIV Golf Invitational Series Portland Field

  • Abraham Ancer
  • Richard Bland
  • Itthipat Buranatanyarat
  • Laurie Canter
  • Eugenio Chacarra
  • Bryson DeChambeau
  • Hennie Du Plessis
  • Sergio Garcia
  • Talor Gooch
  • Branden Grace
  • Justin Harding
  • Sam Horsfield
  • Yuki Inamori
  • Dustin Johnson
  • Matt Jones
  • Sadom Kaewkanjana
  • Martin Kaymer
  • Phachara Khongwatmai
  • Sihwan Kim
  • Ryosuke Kinoshita
  • Brooks Koepka
  • Chase Koepka
  • Jinichiro Kozuma
  • Graeme McDowell
  • Phil Mickelson
  • Jediah Morgan
  • Kevin Na
  • Shaun Norris
  • Louis Oosthuizen
  • Wade Ormsby
  • Carlos Ortiz
  • Adrian Otaegui
  • Pat Perez
  • Turk Pettit
  • James Piot
  • Ian Poulter
  • Patrick Reed
  • Charl Schwartzel
  • Travis Smyth
  • Ian Snyman
  • Hudson Swafford
  • Hideto Tanihara
  • Peter Uihlein
  • Scott Vincent
  • Lee Westwood
  • Bernd Wiesberger
  • Blake Windred
  • Matthew Wolff

LIV Golf Invitational Series Portland Teams And Captains

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Stinger GCLouis Oosthuizen
Crushers GCBryson DeChambeau
Majesticks GCLee Westwood
Torque GCHideto Tanihara
4 Aces GCDustin Johnson
Cleeks GCMartin Kaymer
Punch GCWade Ormsby
Niblicks GCGraeme McDowell
Smash GCBrooks Koepka
Hy Flyers GCPhil Mickelson
Fireballs GCSergio Garcia
Iron Heads GCKevin Na
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