The Greenbrier. LIV Golf


When: Aug. 4-6, 2023
Where: The Old White at The Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Competition: 54 holes of stroke play
Field: 48 players/12 teams
Purse: $25 million ($20 million individual, $5 million team)
Winner’s Share: $4 million (individual), $3 million (team)
Local tee time: Shotgun start for Rds 1-2 at 1.15pm ET, Rd 3 at 1.05pm


  • The LIV Golf League returns to the United States after playing its previous two tournaments in Europe
  • Four tournaments remain in the regular season that will crown the Individual Champion and determine seeding for the season-ending Team Championship
  • LIV Golf Greenbrier is the 10th elite professional tournament hosted by The Greenbrier since 2010
  • Torque Captain Joaquin Niemann, Iron Heads Captain Kevin Na and his teammate Danny Lee have enjoyed previous success at The Old White
  • RangeGoats Captain Bubba Watson is a former resident of The Greenbrier and was an unofficial ambassador in helping the resort recover from devastating floods in 2016
  • 27 LIV Golf League members have prior experience competing at The Old White course, including multiple major winners Watson, Phil Mickelson and Dustin Johnson
  • Ripper Captain Cameron Smith (individual) and 4 Aces (team) are the latest winners in the LIV Golf League, having claimed their titles in London
  • The 4 Aces, captained by Johnson, lead the season-long race in the team standings, while the RangeGoats’ Talor Gooch leads the Individual Champion race
  • Gooch has won the most individual titles this year with three, while Niemann’s Torque has three team wins
  • Of the seven individual tournament winners this season, six have previously competed at The Old White — Gooch, Smith, Johnson, Lee, Charles Howell III and Harold Varner III

Joaquin Niemann celebrates his birdie putt on the 16th green during the final round of the 2019 Military Tribute at The Greenbrier. Rob Carr/Getty Images


“Greenbrier, obviously for me, is a really special place … Once I saw that LIV Golf had Greenbrier on the schedule, I got pretty excited. It’s a course I really love.”
— Joaquin Niemann (2019 winner at Greenbrier)

The Greenbrier. Supplied


The Old White at Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Par: 71
Yardage: 7,186

  • Designed by legendary architect Charles Blair Macdonald, The Old White opened for play in 1914
  • Macdonald modelled several holes from some of the most famous in Europe, including holes from St Andrews and Prestwick in Scotland
  • Macdonald’s associate Seth Raynor returned in the 1920s to oversee updates to the course
  • The Old White hosted elite professional tournaments from 2010-19, with three current LIV Golf League members winning titles — Danny Lee (2015), Kevin Na (2018) and Joaquin Niemann (2019)
  • Including those three winners, 27 current members have competed at The Old White, including major champions Bryson DeChambeau, Sergio Garcia, Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Louis Oosthuizen, Patrick Reed, Cameron Smith and Bubba Watson
  • The Old White has yielded rounds of 59 by two different players while hosting previous professional events
  • The par-3 18th is the shortest hole on the course at 155 yards
  • The 354-yard 10th hole could play as a drivable par 4 at 309 yards depending on course set-up
  • The 507-yard 16th is the longest par 4 on the course but could be moved up to 418 yards


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