List of declared golfers for the LIV Golf Invitational Boston

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Cameron Smith, Joaquin Niemann, Harold Werner III, Marc Leishman, Cameron Tringle and Anirban Lahiri join Live Golf

World No. 2 and 2022 Open champion Smith is making six player debuts LIV Golf Invitational Boston

The field is scheduled for the September 2-4 internationals, where Bubba Watson will make his debut as non-playing captain and join the broadcast team in covering the event.

Bolton, Massachusetts (August 30, 2022) – LIV Golf today announced the field for its fourth event of the year, the LIV Golf Invitational Boston, starting September 2-4 at The International. The field features six players making their LIV golf debuts, including the world No. 2 and 2022 Open champion. Cameron Smith, World No. 19 and top Chilean golfer Joaquin Niemann, Harold Werner III (No. 46), Cameron Tringle (No. 55), Marc Leishman (No. 62) and India’s leading pro Anirban Lahiri (No. 92) who will join a field of 48 competing in Massachusetts. Also making his first LIV Golf appearance is the two-time Masters champion and former world No. 2 player Bubba Watsonwho will debut as a non-playing captain and contribute on-air to live event coverage.

As the No. 2 golfer in the world, Smith became the highest-ranked player to compete in an LIV golf event. Winner of the 2022 Open Championship in July at St Andrews, the 150th in golf’s oldest major, the Australian has 8 professional victories, including the Players Championship earlier this year. The 29-year-old LIV joins the list of golfers who have met the minimum eligibility requirements for the World Golf Hall of Fame, although he will have to wait another 16 years until he reaches the minimum age of 45 before official consideration. Smith has 48 additional top-10 finishes and has been a consistent contender at the majors, including a T-4th finish at the 2015 US Open – his first major start – and four top-10 finishes at the Masters (T-5th in 2018, T-2nd in 2020, T- 10th 2021, T-3rd 2022). A two-time Australian PGA Championship winner (2017–2018), Smith has represented his country in international team competitions, including the 2018 World Cup, 2019 Presidents Cup and the Tokyo Olympics.

Chile’s top professional golfer, 23-year-old Niemann burst onto the global golf scene as a teenager. As the No. 1 player in the World Amateur Golf Ranking for 44 weeks in 2017–2018, he won against top international players on the Tour of Chile before turning professional in April 2018. The current world No. 19 golfer has two professional victories, 26 top-10 finishes, and represented Chile as part of the international team at the 2019 Presidents Cup and Tokyo Olympics.

Werner III, currently ranked 46th in the world, is a two-time winner as a professional, including the 2015 Australian PGA Championship and the 2022 PIF Saudi International presented by SoftBank Investment Partners. The memorable Asian Tour event featured a thrilling finish, with Verner sinking a 92-foot eagle putt on the 18th hole to beat fellow LIV golf competitor Bubba Watson by 1 stroke. Consistently a fan favorite, Werner has 24 top-10 finishes in his professional career, which began in 2012 after a successful collegiate career at East Carolina University where he earned Conference USA Player of the Year honors.

Leishman has 13 professional wins and an additional 64 top-10 finishes, including three notable showings at the Masters (T-4th 2013, 9th 2018, T-5th 2021) and The Open Championship (T-5th 2014, T-2nd 2015, T-2nd 2015). -6th 2017). A former Rookie of the Year who was ranked No. 12 in the world, the Australian is a consistent competitor at the international level, including at the Tokyo Olympics, two World Cups (2016, 2018) and four Presidents Cups (2013). 2015, 2017, 2019).

For more than 80 consecutive weeks, American Cameron Tringle has been ranked among the top 100 players in the world. The California native has 30 top-10 finishes in his career and was a three-time NCAA All-American at Georgia Tech. Lahiri, a two-time Olympian for India, has 18 wins and an additional 55 top-10 finishes throughout his professional career. Cameron Smith, the runner-up winner at the 2022 Players Championship, has twice represented the international team at the Presidents Cup (2015, 2017), is a three-time representative for Asia at the EurAsia Cup (2014, 2016, 2018), and a two-time competitor at the World Cup (2013, 2018).

The Boston field features seven No. 1-ranked players in their respective countries, 12 major champions along with 22 majors and four former world No. 1 players. The global field consists of 13 Olympians, representing 14 different countries, features 20 players with 10 or more professional wins, and includes current and future stars of the game who have earned NCAA National Championships and US Amateur Championships among their accomplishments. Players will compete in golf’s most exciting new format for $25 million and have a chance to become LIV Golf’s fourth individual and team champion and earn points in LIV Golf’s season-long individual competition.

Liv Golf Invitational Boston
Mex Abraham Ansar out Jediah Morgan
ENG Richard Bland America no kevin
ENG Laurie Canter CHL Joaquin Niemann
ENG Paul Casey RSA Sean Norris
esp Eugenio Chakara RSA Louis Oosthuizen
America Bryson DeChambeau out Wade Ormsby
esp Sergio Garcia Mex Carlos Ortiz
America cleft palate esp Adrian Otegui
RSA Burning Grace America Pat Perez
ENG Sam Horsfield America Turkish Petite
America Charles Howell III America James Piot
America Dustin Johnson ENG Ian Poulter
out Matt Jones America Patrick Reed
THA Saddam Kaukanjana RSA Charles Schwartzel
GER Martin Kimer out Cameron Smith
THA Phashara Khongwatmai SWE Henrik Stenson
America Sihwan Kim America Hudson Swafford
America Brooks Koepka America Cameron Tringle
America Chase Koepka America Peter Wiehlin
America Jason Kokrak America Harold Werner III
IND Anirban Lahiri Zim Scott Vincent
out Marc Leishman ENG Lee Westwood
NIR Graeme McDowell AUT Bernd Weissberger
America Phil Mickelson America Matthew Wolfe

“LIV Golf is showing the world that our truly global league is attracting the world’s best players and growing the game for generations to come,” said Greg Norman, CEO and Commissioner of LIV Golf. “The best and brightest continue to embrace the excitement and energy of LIV Golf and what we’re building: a real league for team golf that will connect with new audiences around the world. We can’t wait to tee off at The International this week and give fans another memorable event experience.”

12 teams of four players will play in this field of 48 players. The team will be announced in the coming days.

The LIV Golf Invitational offers opportunities for golfers from around the world as well as leading international series including the Boston Asian Tour, DP World Tour, PGA Tour, Sunshine Tour, PGA Tour of Australasia and Japan Golf Tour, which began in Thailand in March, and the LIV Golf Invitational Series. Top finisher. LIV Golf will continue to reward players who compete and perform well in LIV events, providing new opportunities for international golfers, as well as amateurs and the next generation of leading players with a wide assortment of concessions designed to ensure a pathway to the elite. Professional golf.

The LIV Golf Invitational Series opens to a global audience on June 9, featuring 12 teams, 48 ​​players, shotgun starts and no cuts. Based on the successful launch of LIV Golf and the incredible response from players and fans, it was announced on July 27 that the LIV Golf League will officially compete in 2023 in a 14-tournament schedule with 12 established team franchises. The full slate of events will be announced at a later date and is expected to expand LIV Golf’s global footprint across North and Latin America, Asia, Australia, the Middle East and Europe.

Complete, live coverage of LIV golf tournaments is available to direct subscribers worldwide, YouTube And Facebook. LIV golf event broadcasts are broadcast live on a global roster of leading premium and free-to-air broadcasters providing coverage in over 180 territories worldwide. A list of global networks covering the LIV Golf Invitational Series is available at

LIV Golf is owned and operated by LIV Golf Investments whose vision and mission is to make holistic and sustainable investments to improve the global golf ecosystem and unlock the untapped global potential of the sport.

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