LIV Golf had a huge impact on the game in 2022, attracting some of the world's best players to compete in its eight tournaments between June and October.
However, it didn't waste time announcing expansion plans, which duly came last July, with details of a 14-tournament League to begin in 2023 with the intention of extending its reach around the world.
In the months that followed, confirmation of exactly where the 2023 season would take place trickled in, with standouts including El Camaleon at Mayakoba in Mexico, the Grange Golf Club in Adelaide, Australia and Valderrama in Spain.
That tournament in Mexico was where the 2023 season began, as Charles Howell III cruised to victory. New signing Danny Lee claimed his first LIV Golf victory in the second tournament in Tucson, Arizona, before Brooks Koepka won in Orlando the week before The Masters, where he finished joint runner-up with Hy Flyers GC captain Phil Mickelson.
While the opening three events had been slightly low-key affairs, the season took off with its debut in Australia, as sell out crowds watched Talor Gooch secure his maiden LIV Golf win. It got better for Gooch the week after at another new venue, Sentosa in Singapore, when he won again.
After that, the League returned to the US for two tournaments, in Tulsa, where Dustin Johnson claimed his first LIV Golf win of 2023, and Washington DC, where Harold Varner III claimed his maiden victory.
That brought up the halfway point of the season. After a month-long pause, the League resumes at Valderrama for the tournament between 30 June and 2 July.
That move represents a significant coup for LIV Golf as the much-loved course had been a fixture on the DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour) since 1988. Most recently it hosted October's Andalucia Masters, and has held many other high-profile tournaments, including the 1997 Ryder Cup, won by Europe.
Next, it heads back to where it all began in 2022 - London's Centurion Club, with the tournament taking place between 7 and 9 July. Following that, another former PGA Tour host is The Old White at The Greenbrier in West Virginia. It hosted the Greenbrier Classic between 2010 and 2019.
A return to another 2022 venue, Trump National Bedminster in New Jersey, beckons on 11 August before the League heads west to Chigaco's Rich Harvest Farms, the scene of Cameron Smith's maiden LIV Golf win in 2022.
The season-closing Team Championship took place at Florida's Trump National Doral last October, but this year, it has to settle for the penultimate tournament of the year. Finally, the curtain will come down on the organisation's second season at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club in Saudi Arabia, with the tournament taking place between 3 and 5 November.
Below is the full list of dates, venues and results for the 2023 LIV Golf season.
LIV Golf Schedule And Results 2023
- February 24-26: Mexico - El Camaleon Golf Club
Winner: Charles Howell III
- March 17-19: Arizona, USA - The Gallery Golf Club
Winner: Danny Lee
- March 31-April 2: Florida, USA - Orange County National
Winner: Brooks Koepka
- April 21-23: Australia - The Grange Golf Club
Winner: Talor Gooch
- April 28-30: Singapore - Sentosa Golf Club
Winner: Talor Gooch
- May 12-14: Oklahoma, USA - Cedar Ridge Golf Club
Winner: Dustin Johnson
- May 26-28: Washington DC, USA - Trump National Golf Club
Winner: Harold Varner III
- June 30-July 2: Spain - Real Club Valderrama
- July 7-9: England - Centurion Country Club
- August 4-6: West Virginia, USA - The Greenbrier
- August 11-13: New Jersey, USA - Trump National Golf Club
- September 22-24: Illinois, USA - Rich Harvest Farms
- October 20-22: Florida, USA - Trump National Doral
- November 3-5: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - Royal Greens Golf & Country Club
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