LIV Golf has revealed three new championship venues that are set to host tournaments in the 2023 LIV Golf League schedule. 

These include: The Gallery Golf Club in Tucson, Arizona from 17-19 March, Cedar Ridge Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma from 12-14 May and The Greenbrier in the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia from 4-6 August.

“LIV Golf’s expansion to new U.S. markets adds to the growing excitement for the league launch in 2023,” commented LIV Golf CEO and Commissioner, Greg Norman

“More fans across the country and around the globe will experience the LIV Golf energy and innovative competition that has reinvigorated the sport, and these championship courses will contribute to the transformative season ahead for players, fans and the game of golf.”

The organisation has now officially released ground passes for these three events on its website.

David McDonald, President of Escalante Golf (Tucson), stated: “As stewards of some of the finest private clubs in the country – and as golf fans ourselves – we’ve always sought ways to partner with professional golf events, because of the positive impact they have on the game of golf and the communities in which they take place. 

Tucson has previously hosted two LIV Golf Invitationals in 2022, asserting that it has seen ‘great benefits’ conferred to the memberships at both Pumpkin Ridge and The International. 

Billy Lowry, Club President of Cedar Ridge Country Club, noted Tulsa’s ‘rich history of hosting major professional events at many venues across the state’. 

He added: “We are proud to have the opportunity to welcome 48 of the world’s best players to battle it out at Cedar Ridge. The opportunity to watch Dustin Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Cameron Smith as well as a handful of players with Oklahoma ties in a new tournament format featuring Team as well as Individual champions will be exciting.”

Finally, Jill Justice, D.O President of The Greenbrier, also expressed excitement for West Virginia to host the upcoming competition.

“For more than a century, The Greenbrier has been at the forefront of golf in America, and LIV will provide another exciting chapter to the incomparable legacy of the sport at America’s Resort,” she concluded.

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