LIV Golf, close collaboration SHARE 2023 will mark the second year of the International Series, an innovative series of high-level events

On the Asian Tour that supports the growth of new generations of players while ensuring.Situation between Asian Tour and LIV Golf As previously mentioned, the League led by Greg Norman is the Series’ sponsor, promising prize pools that will begin at $2 million for each of the planned tournaments next year.

In addition to providing financial assistance, LIV Golf ensures a preferred route for tournament participation. Scott Vincent, a Zimbabwean golfer who won the Order of Merit in the Series, has been granted an exemption for the 2023 LIV Golf season.

Four International Series tournaments are currently scheduled for the Asian Tour calendar for 2023, which is still being defined. The first two will take place after the event that typically kicks off the Tour season, the PIF Saudi International, which will take place from February 2 to February 5 on the Royal Greens and Country Club route.

The International Series Oman, with a $2,000,000 prize pool, will take place .

On the Greg Norman-designed Al Mouj Golf Course from February 9 to February 12. Players will compete for a $2,500,000 prize pool at the International Series Qatar the following weekend on the fairways of Doha Golf Club. The International Series Thailand, which features a $2,000,000 prize pool and will take place .

On the Black Mountain Golf Club course from March 9 to March 12, will follow a break for an Asian Tour “standard” stage in New Zealand. The International Series Vietnam, which will be held at Cam Rahn’s KN Golf Links and feature a two million-dollar prize pool, will be the final scheduled event on April 13-16.

There are ten rounds in the International Series calendar. As the Tour calendar is completed, the remaining six stages will be announced. According to Asia Tour Commissioner Cho Minn Thamt, “The Asian Tour is absolutely thrilled with how the calendar is shaping up. The circuit will reach a lot of exciting places, offer prize pools that are very appealing, have world-class courses, and keep a good balance between new and old events.”

It should come as no surprise that Rory McIlroy, the current world No. 1, according to a number of online betting sites.

The currently stands the best chance of winning the next Masters, which takes place from April 6 to 9. Therefore, the Northern Irishman has odds of 9/1, just ahead of Cameron Smith and Jon Rahm.

Predictions for Rory McIlroy This is the same question each year. Will Rory McIlroy finally win the Masters to complete his own Grand Slam? The Northern Irishman once again reaps the benefits of the forecasts on the eve of the celebrations that mark the end of the year, particularly in light of his stunning finish in second place the previous year.

As a result, the Briton ranks first on several online betting sites at odds of 9/1. or a ten percent chance of wearing the renowned green jacket. The odds of Jon Rahm, a Spaniard, and Cameron Smith, an Australian, leaving for LIV Golf are 12/1.

Scottie Scheffler, who is the current champion, is 14/1. Keep in mind that since the tournament began in 1934, only three players have accomplished the feat twice at Augusta: Tiger Woods in 2001 and 2002, Sir Nick Faldo in 1989 and 1990, and Jack Nicklaus in 1965 and 1966, respectively.

The Japanese Hideki Matsuyama, his successor, is only 40/1. Tiger Woods only has odds of 70/1 at this point. The most important question is whether Tiger will have the physical strength to conquer the Augusta National Golf Club’s hilly course and rise to the top of the leaderboard.

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