LIV Golf Teams: All 13 Rosters For 2024

All 13 team line-ups for the third season of the LIV Golf League

Stinger GC celebrate winning the LIV Golf Tulsa tournament
Stinger GC have an unchanged line-up for the 2024 season
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After an off-season that included LIV Golf's first-ever transfer window, some significant player recruitment, and the addition of a 13th team, the rosters are set for the 2024 season. 

The biggest new arrival is Masters champion Jon Rahm, who has formed a brand new team, Legion XIII. Alongside him is arguably the second-biggest signing of the off-season, Rahm's Ryder Cup teammate Tyrrell Hatton. Rising star Caleb Surratt and Kieran Vincent, who was one of the three to earn a LIV contract from December's LIV Golf Promotions event, complete the Legion XIII line-up.

Another big name joining LIV Golf is four-time DP World Tour winner Adrian Meronk, who will fill one of two vacant spots at Martin Kaymer's Cleeks GC after the departures of Bernd Wiesberger, who is now back on the DP World Tour, and Graeme McDowell, who has joined Smash GC. Kaymer's final change sees another promoted player, Kalle Samooja, sign for the team.

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As well as McDowell, Brooks Koepka's Smash GC has also recruited the 2023 individual champion, Talor Gooch, with Matthew Wolff heading the other way to Bubba Watson's Range Goats GC. In another swap deal involving Watson's team, Peter Uihlein has changed places with Harold Varner III, who has joined Dustin Johnson's 4 Aces GC.

Meanwhile, another swap saw David Puig join Sergio Garcia's Fireballs GC, with Carlos Ortis filling the gap at Joaquin Niemann's Torque GC.

Cameron Smith's Ripper GC had an open slot after Jediah Morgan's departure, and fellow Australian Lucas Herbert replaces him.

Elsewhere, Kevin Na's Iron Heads GC has brought in another promoted player, Jinichiro Kozuma, to replace the relegated Sihwan Kim, while Andy Ogletree, who won the International Series Order of Merit, joins Phil Mickelson's Hy Flyers GC as a replacement for another relegated player, James Piot.

Crushers GC celebrate winning the Team Championship

Crushers GC is one of three unchanged teams heading into the new season

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That leaves just three teams unchanged heading into the 2024 season - Bryson DeChambeau's Crushers GC, who won the Team Championship in 2023, Louis Oosthuizen's Stinger GC, and Majesticks GC, which is co-captained by Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson.

2024 LIV Golf League Rosters

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4 Aces GCDustin JohnsonPat PerezPatrick ReedHarold Varner III
Cleeks GCMartin KaymerRichard BlandKalle SamoojaAdrian Meronk
Crushers CGBryson DeChambeauAnirban LahiriPaul CaseyCharles Howell III
Fireballs GCSergio GarciaAbraham AncerEugenio ChacarraDavid Puig
Hy Flyers GCPhil MickelsonBrendan SteeleCameron TringaleAndy Ogletree
Iron Heads GCKevin NaScott VincentDanny LeeJinichiro Kozuma
Legion XIII GCJon RahmTyrrell HattonKieran VincentCaleb Surratt
Majesticks GCIan PoulterLee Westwood (co-captain)Henrik Stenson (co-captain)Sam Horsfield
Range Goats GCBubba WatsonThomas PietersMatthew WolffPeter Uihlein
Ripper GCCameron SmithMatt JonesMarc LeishmanLucas Herbert
Smash GCBrooks KoepkaTalor GoochJason KokrakGraeme McDowell
Stinger GCLouis OosthuizenDean BurmesterBranden GraceCharl Schwartzel
Torque GCJoaquin NiemannSebastian MunozMito PereiraCarlos Ortiz
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