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Saudi-funded LIV Golf Tournament - £20.6 Million prize fund per event!

LIV Golf Tournament

About the LIV Golf Tour

LIV Golf is a professional golf tour that is funded by the Public Investment Fund, which is Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund. The name LIV is a play on the Roman numeral for 54, the result on a par-72 course if every hole were birdied, and the number of holes required to complete a round at a LIV event.

The Premier Golf League was announced to the public in 2019. It was intended to be the foundation for a golf tour that would compete with the PGA Tour. In response, the PGA Tour issued a statement that appeared to imply that golfers who would opt to compete in a new league would no longer be qualified to compete in PGA Tour competitions. However, in order to collaborate on business prospects, tournament scheduling, and prize money for each tour's membership, the PGA Tour and the PGA European Tour established a "strategic partnership" later in 2020.

The Premier Golf League discussed a financial partnership with Saudi investors ; however, Golf Saudi invested in a newly formed organisation in 2020 that had its own vision for the creation of a world-wide professional league, frequently referred to as the "Super Golf League." In October 2021, this company officially debuted as LIV Golf Investments, with Greg Norman, a former professional golfer, serving as CEO.


LIV Golf seeks to modernise and enhance the professional game of golf by creating more opportunities for players and spectators alike. The LIV Golf Invitational Series is a brand-new eight-event series that will take place across North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia from June to October 2022. The goal of this event is to revitalise golf by providing a framework that enhances the sport as a whole.

48 players and 12 teams will compete in eight tournaments during the LIV Golf Invitational Series' debut season. There will be a LIV appointed team leader for each team, and they will choose their three available team seats using a snake draught process. Like other well-known international sports teams, each squad will have its own name, logo, and colours. 

Players will compete in a 7-event regular season in both individual and team events to win points and cash prizes. An Individual Champion will be named following those 7 events based on season-long points totals.The season-ending Team Championship match play competition will take place at the eighth and final tournament. The LIV Golf Tournament has a shotgun start format. In a shotgun start, each group of players tees off simultaneously from a different hole during a golf event. To announce the start of the competition, a shotgun is fired into the air. Each foursome will tee off at a different hole on the course. Starting from hole 1, group 1 would move on to group 2, and so forth. The game starts simultaneously for each group. A shotgun start will enable a tournament to conclude simultaneously.

LIV Golf Prize Pool

The total purse for each of the first seven events is $25 million. The individual tournament is worth $20 million, with $4 million going to the winner. The winning foursome will split $3 million, second place will receive $1.5 million, and third place will receive $500,000. The remaining $5 million will be used for the team competition.

The team championship, which has a $50 million prize pool, is the season finale. All 12 teams will get compensation, ranging from $1 million for the last-place club to $16 million for the top four teams.

LIV Golf Invitational Series Schedule:Complete dates, winners, payouts

Centurion Club, Hertfordshire, England, June 9–10

Charl Schwartzel received a cash prize of $4 million.

Stingers GC(Schwartzel, Hennie Du Plessis, Branden Grace, and Louis Oosthuizen) won the team championship, splitting $3 million.

Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club, Portland, Oregon, from June 30 to July 2.

Branden Grace won an individual prize of $4 million.

Team champion:4 Aces GC, who split $3 million amongst Taylor Gooch, Dustin Johnson, Pat Perez, and Patrick Reed.

From July 29 to July 31: Trump National Golf Club Bedminster, New Jersey

Henrik Stenson received a cash prize of $4 million.

Team champion: 4 Aces GC, who split $3 million amongst Taylor Gooch, Dustin Johnson, Pat Perez, and Patrick Reed.

The International (Oaks course), Boston, Sept. 2-4

Team Champion: TBD 

Individual Winner: TBD

Rich Harvest Farms, Sugar Grove, Illinois, Sept. 16–18

Team Champion: TBD 

Individual Winner: TBD

Stonehill, Bangkok, Thailand, October 7–9

Team Champion: TBD 

Individual Winner: TBD

October 14 - 16: King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia's Royal Greens Golf & Country Club

Team Champion: TBD 

Individual Winner: TBD

Team Championship, Trump National Doral, Miami, October 27–30

Team Champion: TBD