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LIV Golf prize money: How much will the players earn in 2023?

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LIV Golf is back for a second season in 2023 with the Saudi-backed venture looking to gain momentum with its players poised to play in the majors.The Masters confirmed it will honour invitations to those exempt and those inside the top 50 players in the world according to the OWGR.That means we may see more drama as the best from LIV take on the best on the PGA Tour and DP World Tour on the biggest stage, with Rory McIlroy and Patrick Reed’s thrilling battle at the Dubai Desert Classic showcasing the theatre in the sport currently.Dustin Johnson took home more than $35 million in his debut season, triumphing in the individual and team championships.Here’s everything you need to know about the final LIV Golf for season two in 2023:LIV Golf is the breakaway league fronted by two-time Open champion Greg Norman as chief executive and backed by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund.The PIF has invested unprecedented sums of money into the sport, both for players to sign up and also purses for each event, attracting condemnation from human rights charities such as Amnesty International.The new competition rules and format bring a fresh look to golf, with the team aspect emerging as its unique selling point.There will be 12 teams and 48 players in each field, with the tournament played over 54 holes and three days - rather than the traditional 72 holes and four days.

There is no cut, unlike the PGA Tour and DP World Tour, while LIV Golf also added the shotgun start, which they say promotes faster play with groups starting at different holes across the course and playing it in different orders.24-26 February: El Camaleon Golf Course, Mayakoba, Mexico17-19 March: Gallery Golf Club, Tucson, United States31 March - 2 April Orange

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