Field Announced for LIV Golf Invitational Bedminster

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LIV Golf has announced the field for its third event of the season, the LIV Golf Invitational Bedminster, teeing off July 29th-31st at Trump National Golf Club Bedminster. The field includes the debut of No. 32 ranked Paul Casey, a 21-time winner as a pro who has represented Europe in five Ryder Cup team competitions. The English standout has annually performed among the globe’s best, having been ranked as high as No. 3 in the world.

Casey joins a Bedminster field that will showcase 10 major champions with a combined 20 majors won, four former world No. 1 players and nearly half of its competitors currently ranked in the top 100. The global field represents 12 different countries, features 16 players with 10 or more professional wins and includes future stars of the game who have earned NCAA National Championships and US Amateur Championships among their accomplishments. Players will compete in golf’s most exciting new format for $25 million and the chance to become LIV Golf’s third individual and team champions and earn points towards LIV Golf’s season-long individual competition.

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Now that LIV Golf has announced the field for its third event of the season, the LIV Golf Invitational Bedminster, Greg Norman, CEO and Commissioner of LIV Golf said: “It’s been an historic two months for LIV Golf as we’ve established a new era for the sport that delivers unique energy, camaraderie, and competition. In just six rounds of live action, we have created a golf environment that has captured the world’s attention and attracted young, passionate fans around the globe. We are excited to take another giant leap forward at the beautiful Trump National Golf Club Bedminster where our players are eager to tee off in pursuit of the third individual and team titles of the season.”

The 48-man field will play across 12 teams of four players each. Teams will be announced in the days leading up to the tournament start.

Players confirmed for the LIV Golf Invitational Bedminster:

PlayerCountryPlayerCountry
Abraham AncerMEXPhil MickelsonUSA
Richard BlandENGJediah MorganAUS
Laurie CanterENGKevin NaUSA
Paul CaseyENGShaun NorrisRSA
Eugenio ChacarraESPLouis OosthuizenRSA
Bryson DeChambeauUSAWade OrmsbyAUS
Hennie du PlessisRSACarlos OrtizMEX
Sergio GarciaESPPat PerezUSA
Talor GoochUSATurk PettitUSA
Branden GraceRSAJames Piot USA
Justin HardingRSAIan PoulterENG
Sam HorsfieldENGDavid Puig (am)ESP
Yuki InamoriJPNPatrick ReedUSA
Dustin JohnsonUSACharl SchwartzelRSA
Matt JonesAUSTravis SmythAUS
Sadom KaewkanjanaTHAHudson SwaffordUSA
Martin KaymerGERHideto TaniharaJPN
Phachara KhongwatTHAPeter UihleinUSA
Ryosuke KinoshitaJPNScott VincentZIM
Brooks KoepkaUSALee WestwoodENG
Chase KoepkaUSABernd WiesbergerAUT
Jinichiro KozumaJPNMatthew WolffUSA
Graeme McDowellNIR*Final 3 TBA

The LIV Golf Invitational Bedminster offers opportunities for golfers from around the world including the Asian Tour, DP World Tour, PGA Tour, Sunshine Tour, PGA Tour of Australasia and Japan Golf Tour, as well as leading players from The International Series, which launched in Thailand in March, and top finishers from the LIV Golf Invitational Series. LIV Golf will continue to reward players that compete and perform well in LIV events, with a broad spectrum of exemption categories designed to ensure it delivers new opportunities for international golfers, as well as pathways for amateurs and the next generation of leading players, into elite professional golf.

South African Branden Grace of Stinger GC finished at 13 under par to secure the individual trophy at the LIV Golf Invitational Portland at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club, while 4 Aces GC captain Dustin Johnson and his new all-American lineup of Talor Gooch, Pat Perez and Patrick Reed took the team trophy in the first LIV Golf event held in the United States.

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South Africans have now won the first two LIV Golf events, as former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel earned first prize in the individual competition at the inaugural LIV Golf Invitational London at Centurion Club. Stinger GC, Schwartzel’s team captained by major champion Louis Oosthuizen, took the team honors in London with fellow South Africans and teammates Hennie du Plessis and Grace finishing second and third, respectively. Grace and Schwartzel are now 1-2 in LIV Golf’s season-long individual points standings.

The LIV Golf Invitational Series launched June 9 to a worldwide audience showcasing its new, innovative format with more action, shotgun starts and no cut. Complete, live coverage of LIV Golf tournaments is globally available direct to fans on LIVGolf.com, YouTube and Facebook. LIV Golf event broadcasts are also aired live on a global roster of leading premium and free-to-air broadcasters providing coverage in over 150 territories around the world. The list of international networks covering the LIV Golf Invitational Series is available on LIVGolf.com.

As LIV Golf has announced the field for its third event of the season, the LIV Golf Invitational Bedminster, all eyes will now be on the event on July 29th-31st.

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