LIV Golf’s 2023 schedule to include Australia
Greg Norman’s long-standing dream of a truly worldwide tour appears to be nearing reality with a tentative schedule showing future visits to Spain, Canada, Singapore and Australia.
SI.com first reported the 2023 tournament list, which appears to suggest LIV Golf will arrive in Australia for the first time in April before heading north to Singapore.
Branden Grace with LIV Golf commissioner Greg Norman (Credit: LIV Golf)
True to its ethos, the rumoured events will be kept to a maximum of two per month before wrapping up in North America in September with three events including a return to Chicago and Miami along with a possible visit to either Toronto or Mexico.
According to Norman, the early success of LIV Golf has forced a rethink of next year’s product.
“Because of the success of the product, and because of the success of players wanting to sign on with us, and believe me, our list is not what we have here today, our list is deep,” Norman told Sports Illustrated. ”We got three more today that want to sign. And so, our success of our product and nine rounds of golf, accelerated the process of ‘OK, next year, we’re going to launch.’”
“We’re in a really, really good, interesting position in Australia. We’ve got a lot of interest, high-level interest, from people working in government that would love to have us in other states.”
With LIV Golf members contractually obligated to play every tournament, it looks almost certain that one of the best fields in many years will be visiting our shores next year.