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LIV Golf Invitational Series continues to take shape ahead of June 9 tee off

Centurion Golf Club

By Matt Smith
The LIV Golf Invitational Series continues to take big strides as it gears up for the big tee off in London in June.

As we await news on which top players will be competing in the lucrative eight-event series, organisers have announced that tickets are now on sale for the first seven events, with news for the Miami Team Championship finale at Trump National Doral promised soon.

Ticket prices range from $300 per day for each event all that way up to the high-end luxury three-day packages, which will set you back over $3,600 per head. Tickets are available at here.

Visitors to the tournaments in England, Bangkok, Saudi Arabia and the United States can opt for simple grounds passes — with access to the tournament villages and live entertainment — to premium VIP hospitality deals, providing exclusive access to luxury dining, inside the ropes access, and meet-and-greets with players and executives.

The big question, of course, is which players will be on the course, as the golfing world awaits to see who will take the plunge at the new series, backed by former No. 1 Greg Norman and Saudi Arabia.

“Today is a day that we have been working towards for a long time and we are excited to be going live and offering fans the opportunity to experience LIV Golf in person,” said Norman, CEO and Commissioner of LIV Golf. “We look forward to showcasing unforgettable events and unique opportunities for fans to interact with the brand in new and exciting ways.”

LIV Golf Invitational series schedule

Each event worth $25 million in prize money
• June 9-11: Centurion Golf Club – London
• July 1-3: Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club – Portland
• July 29-31: Trump National Golf Club Bedminster – New Jersey
• Sept 2-4: The International – Boston
• Sept 16-18: Rich Harvest Farms – Chicago
• Oct 7-9: Stonehill – Bangkok
• Oct 14-16: Royal Greens Golf Club – Jeddah
• Oct 27-30: Trump National Doral – Miami

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