LIV Golf and EasyPost have announced the industry leader in global shipping logistics, e-commerce and software development as ‘Official Shipping Solutions Partner’ of the series ahead of its 2023 curtain-raiser in Mexico. The agreement is the first global partnership for the LIV Golf League, which launches February 24-26 in Mayakoba and features many of the world’s best golfers competing in 14 events in seven different countries throughout the year.
“LIV Golf is proud to partner with EasyPost as we embark on a momentous season for our sport,” said Greg Norman, LIV Golf CEO and Commissioner. “Our organisations are built on teamwork, innovation and developing opportunities for global growth. We’re excited to work together as the LIV Golf League delivers incredible competition featuring the game’s biggest names to new audiences around the world.”
Excited to announce our first official global partner, @easypost #LIVGolf pic.twitter.com/nMW3Rv1dmj
— LIV Golf (@livgolf_league) February 22, 2023
As an official global partner, EasyPost will be prominently integrated into league broadcasts, LIV Golf social content and on-course signage at 2023 tournaments. Throughout the season, the software company and LIV Golf will collaborate on shipping solutions and logistics strategies to help enhance delivery processes across multiple platforms.
“We are thrilled to sponsor LIV Golf in 2023,” said Sam Hancock, VP of Growth at EasyPost. “Their innovative approach to golf will bring the sport to a broader range of spectators, and that’s something we are excited to get behind. We share the same mission, to modernise and innovate in our respective fields.”
The first official season of the LIV Golf League begins this week in Mexico, where 48 world-class golfers will compete as 12 teams. The star-studded, international field features many of the sport’s biggest names including major winners Cameron Smith, Dustin Johnson, Phil Mickelson, Brooks Koepka, Bryson DeChambeau, Sergio Garcia, Patrick Reed, Henrik Stenson, Bubba Watson, Louis Oosthuizen, Graeme McDowell, Martin Kaymer and Charl Schwartzel. Set teams of four will compete in LIV Golf’s 14-event global schedule in pursuit of the LIV Golf League Individual Championship and Team Championship.