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Revealed: 12 Teams are confirmed to compete!

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Posted by Admin 05 Oct 2022

SEAL OF CONFIRMATION!

 

 

On the 4th of October, LIV Golf validated the 12 teams are ready to face off for $25 Million at LIV Golf Invitational Bangkok, October 7th-9th as LIV Golf’s season-long team competition hits the soil of Bangkok. 

Getting hands-on 4 consecutive wins in 5 tournaments this season, the 4 maestro GC Team of Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Talor Gooch, and Pat Perez made history as the series touched down on an all-new Stonehill course located on the outskirts of Bangkok.

 

 

The Smash GC team of Brooks Koepka, younger brother Chase, Peter Uihlein, and Jason Kokrak will be looking to dethrone the 4 Aces after losing in Chicago by one stroke following Johnson’s final hole birdie to secure the team win. Meanwhile, Phil Mickelson’s Hy Flyers GC, featuring Matthew Wolff, Bernd Wiesberger, and Cameron Tringale is coming into form ahead of this week’s event. The Hy Flyers finished in third place in points at Chicago’s Rich Harvest Farms, edging out via tiebreaker the all-Australian Punch GC team of individual winner Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman, Wade Ormsby, and Matt Jones. Both teams finished at 17 under and split third-place money.

 

Japan’s Hideto Tanihara, a 17-time winner on global tours, joins Chilean star and team captain Joaquin Niemann, Zimbabwe’s Scott Vincent and Australia’s Jediah Morgan on an international Torque GC team in search of its first podium. Local golf fans will be out in force to cheer on Iron

Heads GC, featuring Thai players Sadom Kaewkanjana and Phachara Khongwatmai alongside captain Kevin Na and Sihwan Kim.

“We are eager to present LIV Golf’s innovative format and elite competition to one of the most exciting and rapidly developing golf landscapes in the world,” said LIV Golf CEO and Commissioner Greg Norman. “The field is composed of players with local ties and international acclaim, all committed to performing their best and supporting their teammates in pursuit of a title. It’s sure to be a weekend of excitement for LIV Golf’s Asian debut at Stonehill.”

This is not it! Along with the team format, golf fans will also get a treat to watch 48 golf titans competing in an individual format; with 2020 Open Champion Smith and two-time major winner Johnson leading a star-studded field that includes 12 Major Champions and four former World No. 1s.

Tickets for the LIV Golf Invitational Bangkok, which gets underway on Friday, remain available, with a single-day grounds pass starting at 800THB, with three-day passes on sale for 1600THB at LIVGolf.com or thaiticketmajor.com. Single-day and three-day hospitality packages for the popular Club 54 and Gallery Club experiences are also available.

 

Complete, live coverage of LIV Golf tournaments is globally available direct to consumers on LIVGolf.com and YouTube. LIV Golf event broadcasts are also aired live on a global roster of leading premium and free-to-air broadcasters providing coverage in over 180 territories around the world.

The list of global networks covering the LIV Golf Invitational Series is available on LIVGolf.com. LIV Golf Invitational Series is owned and operated by LIV Golf Investments whose vision and mission are centered around making holistic and sustainable investments to enhance the global golf ecosystem and unlock the sport’s untapped worldwide potential.

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