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LIV Has A Chance To Be Successful After Doing Something The PGA Tour Abandoned

The 2023 Master’s was a huge win for the LIV Tour after watching golfers like Brooks Koepka, Phil Mickelson, and Patrick Reed all finish in the top five.

There was a lot of anticipation heading into the next couple of LIV golf events, and last week they traveled to land down under and played in Adelaide, Australia.

A Party Down Under

Australia loves golf, and they couldn’t be more excited to see some of their own return home like 2022 Open Championship winner Cameron Smith.

The citizens of Australia showed out for this event and even had their own watering hole like the PGA Tour has at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

It was a party in Adelaide, and that is exactly what LIV needed. Another thing that really helped them out was this was played at night over in the United States. The golfers were teeing off around 10:00 PM ET and there was no other golf to rival it.

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Who doesn’t love watching golf in prime time? It’s one of the best sporting events to watch, and you can sit down at night, relax, and turn on some golf.

They also went to Singapore this past weekend, and we had a back-to-back winner. Taylor Gooch won two weeks in a row on the tour, and there was some great competitive golf coming down the stretch.

How LIV Can Rival The PGA

If LIV can go to these places like Australia that don’t get to see the PGA Tour, then they could grow a huge audience. Forget playing at places in the United States.

People of the United States will always be with the PGA Tour, but if LIV goes out and makes countries like Australia their home then they will grow and achieve a great amount of success.

There are so many countries out there that the PGA Tour will not travel to, and if LIV can go to those countries, then LIV could start to give the PGA a run for their money.

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