Following a successful European swing at LIV Golf Andalucía and LIV Golf London, as well as 10 of 16 LIV Golfers playing into the weekend at the Open Championship at Royal Liverpool, LIV Golf’s world-class field gears up for LIV Golf Greenbrier in West Virginia from August 4-6.

The tournament will feature many of the sport’s biggest names competing at the historic Old White course. Greenbrier marks the 10th tournament of the league’s 2023 season that features a stellar 12-team, 48-player field in pursuit of the LIV Golf League Individual Championship and Team Championship. The big names amongst the league’s 13 major winners include 2023 PGA Championship winner and five-time major champion Brooks Koepka, 2022 Open Champion Cameron Smith, World Golf Hall of Famer and six-time major champion Phil Mickelson, 2020 US Open champion Bryson DeChambeau, and two-time major winners Dustin Johnson and Martin Kaymer.

Local fans will welcome back another two-time major winner in Bubba Watson, a former West Virginia resident who dedicated significant time and resources to helping West Virginia communities recover from 2016 flooding that devastated the region. Danny Lee (2015), Kevin Na (2018) and Joaquin Niemann (2019) have each been victorious at The Greenbrier and will look to build off their former success as the race for the Individual Championship and Team Championship hit the home stretch.

The individual standings are currently led by Talor Gooch (137 points), winner of three LIV Golf individual titles this season. Gooch is followed closely by a pack of major championship winners: Smith (130), Koepka (112), Patrick Reed (102) and Johnson (96). At the conclusion of the regular season, the player at the top of the individual standings will be crowned the league’s Individual Champion and the top three players receive bonuses.

The 4 Aces sit atop the team standings with 168 points after seven top-four finishes, including team wins in Adelaide and London. Torque are second place with 129 points, trailed closely by RangeGoats (127) and the all-South African Stinger  team(124). Team standings following LIV Golf Jeddah, the 13th and final regular-season event, will determine seeds 1-12 for the Team Championship in Miami, with the top four teams receiving first-round byes.