LIV Golf has not yet published its full schedule for 2023 LIV Golf League, but it announced on Sunday night that one of its 14 events would be held in Australia.
Greg Norman, a circuit that is Saudi Arabia-backed and financed by Saudi Arabia, has made a multi-year commitment in Australia to host events. The first event will be at the Grange Golf Club, Adelaide, from April 21-23. Norman won his first professional event at the Grange in 1976.
Norman, LIV Golf CEO, stated that “Passion for sports is at the heart of Australian culture.” Recently, the company was forced to deny that Norman would be moving on.
LIV Golf League will host 14 54-hole, no cut stroke play events. LIV also hopes to franchise 12 other teams and offer $405 million in total prize moneys. The season will begin in February and finish in September. Events will not compete against any of the major championships, international events or heritage events such as the Arnold Palmer Invitational or Memorial Tournament.