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LIV Golf kicks off its sophomore season this week with its first event of 2023 at El Camaleon Golf Course at Mayakoba. Featuring new players such as Thomas Pieters, Mito Pereira and Sebastian Munoz, LIV Golf's second year will not only include fresh faces and different team names (like the Range Goats) but also new locations. While its inaugural campaign featured just eight events, LIV Golf's second season will nearly double in tournaments with 14 as it travels to exotic locations such as Mexico, Australia and Singapore.

LIV has pounced on the opportunity to reintroduce previous PGA Tour and DP World Tour venues with these new locations. It will begin immediately with its event at El Camaleon Golf Club at Mayakoba and continue with tournaments held at Valderrama and the Old White Course at The Greenbrier.

A busy spring will see LIV members play six times from the middle of March through the end of May and potentially eight times for those like Cameron Smith and Dustin Johnson who are qualified for the 2023 Masters and 2023 PGA Championship. An extensive travel schedule will see competitors play in back-to-back weeks in Australia and Singapore before returning to the United States.

The schedule opens up a bit from there as only one tournament is scheduled in June and one more in July as major championship season wraps up. Rather than repeating the team championship at Trump National Doral, LIV has decided to take its team championship international to Royal Greens & Country Club in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The site of Brooks Koepka's victory in 2022, it will instead be used to decide a team championship in early Nov. 2023.

The schedule and teams are not the only aspects of LIV Golf to undergo a makeover as the broadcasting and streaming options have changed. Streamed on YouTube, Facebook and its official website in 2022, LIV Golf has recently agreed to terms with The CW Network for the next three years. Viewers can now expect to watch the first round of LIV Golf tournaments on The CW app on Friday and the final two days of competition on The CW Network and its affiliates.

2023 LIV Golf schedule

DateGolf CourseLocation

Feb. 24-26

El Camaleon Golf Club

Playa Del Carmen, Mexico

March 17-19

The Gallery Golf Club

Tucson, Arizona

March 31-April 2

Orange County National

Orlando, Florida

April 21-23

The Grange Golf Club

Adelaide, Australia

April 28-30

Sentosa Golf Club


May 12-14

Cedar Ridge Country Club

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

May 26-28

Trump National Washington DC

Sterling, Virginia

June 30-July 2

Real Club Valderrama

Sotogrande, Spain

July 7-9

The Centurion Club

London, England

Aug. 4-6

The Old White Course

White Sulpur Springs, West Virginia

Aug. 11-13

Trump National Bedminster

Bedminster, New Jersey

Sept. 22-24

Rich Harvest Farms

Sugar Grove, Illinois

Oct. 20-22

Trump National Doral

Miami, Florida

Nov. 3-5

Royal Greens & Country Club

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

LIV Golf teams and rosters

NameCaptainTeam Members

4 Aces

Dustin Johnson

Patrick Reed, Pat Perez, Peter Uihelin


Martin Kaymer

Graeme McDowell, Richard Bland, Bernd Wiesberger


Bryson DeChambeau

Paul Casey, Charles Howell III, Anirban Lahiri


Sergio Garcia

Abraham Ancer, Eugenio Chacarra, Carlos Ortiz


Phil Mickelson

Brendan Steele, Cameron Tringale, James Piot

Iron Heads

Kevin Na

Sihwan Kim, Danny Lee, Scott Vincent


Ian Poulter

Lee Westwood, Henrik Stenson, Sam Horsfield

Range Goats

Bubba Watson

Harold Varner III, Talor Gooch, Thomas Pieters


Cameron Smith

Marc Leishman, Matt Jones, Jediah Morgan


Brooks Koepka

Jason Kokrak, Matthew Wolff, Chase Koepka


Louis Oosthuizen

Charl Schwartzel, Branden Grace, Dean Burmester


Joaquin Niemann

Sebastian Munoz, Mito Pereira, David Puig