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Controversial LIV Golf Invitational Series is backed by Saudi Arabian money & fronted by former World No.1 Greg Norman

LIV Golf, formerly known as the Super Golf League, is a professional golf tour that consist of eight golf event series that take place from June to October, across North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia. The very first Golf Invitational Series began on June 9th, 2022, at the Centurion Club near London, England.

The brand-new golf tour came to be public in 2019 with the announcement of a league to be called the Premier Golf League. However, this new golf tour has created controversy since the PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan indicated that golfers who choose to play in a brand-new organization would certainly be disallowed from PGA Tour Events.

This Golf Invitational Series formally applied to be included in the Official World Golf Ranking in July 2022. In October 2022, this Golf tour became part of a “strategic partnership” with the MENA Scenic tour; the setup was developed in order to promptly afford LIV events ranking factors, nevertheless it was consequently confirmed that golf events in 2022 would certainly not get points as adjustments to the MENA Excursion would require to be assessed.

The Invitational Series offers a $25m purse at its events and is fronted by two-time major winner and former world number one Greg Norman, which has caused deep divisions in the sport since its launch in June.

Hosting 8 events, there will be a 7-event regular season where players will compete as individuals and teams for both points and prize money. Each of the first seven events has a $25 million total purse. $20 million is for the individual competition, with first place paying $4 million. The remaining $5 million is for the team competition, with the winning foursome splitting $3 million, second place $1.5 million and third place $500,000.

At the end of those 7 events, an individual champion will be crowned based on points accumulated throughout the season. The 8th and final event will be our season-ending Team Championship match play event.

The season finale is the team championship with a $50 million purse. All 12 teams will be paid, with $16 million shared by the top foursome down to $1 million for the last-place team. The Team Championship will be the 8th and final event of the season. This will be a seeded four-day, four-round, match play knock-out.

LIV Golf Invitational Series

  • Invitational London
  • Invitational Portland
  • Invitational Bedmister (New Jersey)
  • Invitational Boston
  • Invitational Chicago
  • Invitational Bangkok
  • Invitational Jeddah
  • Invitational Miami

Major winners Brooks Koepka, Cameron Smith, and former world number one Dustin Johnson are among other players who have left the PGA Tour to join LIV.

The Invitational Series is to become the LIV Golf League in 2023.

Phil Mickelson

Mickelson, has generally been positive in previous months about the PGA Tour and Invitational Series coexisting at a pro game, he said, “I see LIV  trending upwards and I see the PGA Tour trending downwards.’’

The ex-member of the PGA Tour who has 45 wins and is in the World Golf Hall of Fame, Mickelson has clearly chosen his path, and said that he was glad to pick the “winning side”. “I think going forward you have to pick a side. You have to pick what side you think is going to be successful. And I firmly believe that I’m on the winning side of how things are going to evolve and shape in the coming years for professional golf,” Mickelson said.

Early this year the biographer Alan Shipnuck published an unauthorized biography of Mickelson in which he was very vital to the PGA Tour and defended LIV, yet called the Saudis “scary motherfuckers to be entailed with” as well as examined Saudi Arabia’s human rights document.
The remarks got backlash wherefore looked like Mickelson positioned golf possibility prior to human rights. He later apologized for any kind of crime created as well as claimed the comments had actually been taken “out of context”.

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