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LIV Golf has confirmed all 12 of its team rosters ahead of the 2023, with several new faces amongst them
World No.34 Thomas Pieters is the highest-ranked player to make the switch to the Saudi-funded league, alongside Mito Pereira, Brendan Steele, Danny Lee, Dean Burmester and Sebastian Munoz.
More than a quarter of the league’s international field are major champions, with 24 major victories amongst them.
The field of 48 represents 16 different nations, includes 18 Olympians, and has made 125 combined appearances in the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup, with more than half of the league having competed in the biennial team events.
In total, LIV Golf League players have amassed 526 worldwide wins across multiple tours, and four players have held the title of world No. 1.
Let’s take a closer look at each of the teams…
Dustin Johnson (captain)
Martin Kaymer (captain)
Bryson DeChambeau (captain)
Charles Howell III
Sergio Garcia (captain)
Phil Mickelson (captain)
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Kevin Na (captain)
Ian Poulter (co-captain)
Henrik Stenson (co-captain)
Lee Westwood (co-captain)
Bubba Watson (captain)
Harold Varner III
Cam Smith (captain)
Brooks Koepka (captain)
Louis Oosthuizen (captain)
Joaquin Niemann (captain)
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