LIV Golf Releasing 2023 Schedule, Season Finale in Saudi Arabia

Majed Al-Sorour, CEO of the Saudi Golf Federation and former managing director of LIV Golf, will no longer be in his role as managing director, as confirmed by Sports Illustrated.[0] Al-Sorour will now be one of seven members of the LIV Golf board of directors.[1] Greg Norman will take on an expanded role within the LIV Golf hierarchy, with player recruitment expected to ramp up in the coming weeks.[2]

LIV Golf has released its 2023 schedule, which includes 14 tournaments and $405 million in prize money, $150 million more than the 8 events in 2022.[3] The season will kick off Feb. 24 at the El Camaleon Golf Club in Mayakoba, Mexico, followed by other tournaments at Orange County National in Orlando, The Gallery in Arizona, Real Club Valderrama in Sotogrande, Spain, Centurion Club in London, Rich Harvest Farms in Sugar Grove, Illinois, The Grange Golf Club in Adelaide, Australia, Sentosa Golf Club in Singapore, Trump National Doral in Miami, Florida, Cedar Ridge Country Club in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and the season finale team championship at Royal Greens Golf & Country Club in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The three events hosted by Donald Trump’s golf clubs in New Jersey, Virginia, and Miami will also return.[4]

Amidst criticism from PGA Tour leadership, notably Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, Greg Norman’s role as CEO and commissioner of the LIV Golf League has been expanded, allowing him more autonomy in running the second-year circuit.[5] Norman responded to Woods’ criticism by calling him a “mouthpiece” for the PGA Tour.[6]

The new season of LIV Golf will begin late in February at the El Camaleon Golf Club in Mayakoba, Mexico.[7] 11 of its 14 events will clash with PGA Tour events taking place on the same dates.[7] The stars that bolted the PGA Tour for the big money offered by LIV, notably Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Patrick Reed, Bubba Watson and Sergio Garcia, will return to the LIV roster.[8]

The season finale team championship will be hosted at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Orange County National in Orlando is hosting an event that was not on last year's calendar, taking place the week leading up to the Masters.[1]

0. “LIV Golf managing director STEPS DOWN on same day new schedule is released”, 23 Jan. 2023,

1. “LIV Golf 2023 schedule, Greg Norman gets elevated role” Golfweek, 23 Jan. 2023,

2. “Report: Jeddah To Replace Miami As LIV Golf League Finale” Golf Monthly, 23 Jan. 2023,

3. “LIV Golf League adds Orlando event to schedule a week before The Masters” Orlando Sentinel, 25 Jan. 2023,

4. “LIV Golf Releases Full 14-Event Schedule For 2023, And Greg Norman's Not Going Anywhere” Barstool Sports, 23 Jan. 2023,

5. “LIV Golf Deepens Link With Trump Courses With Planned 2023 Schedule” InsideHook, 24 Jan. 2023,

6. “Greg Norman ‘given more power' at LIV Golf as £40m team championship moves venue” The Mirror, 24 Jan. 2023,

7. “‘A Match Made In Hell’: Former POTUS Donald Trump’s Involvement In 2023 LIV Golf Opens the Door To Assorted Reactions From The Golf World” EssentiallySports, 24 Jan. 2023,

8. “With PGA and LIV events in Chicago area, fans will have plenty to watch in 2023” Daily Herald, 24 Jan. 2023,