2022 Saudi Golf League Schedule

Schedule of the inaugural Saudi Golf League in 2022

Full tournament list for the 2022 Saudi Golf League

Saudi Golf League

The 2022 LIV Saudi Golf League schedule and dates have been revealed for the inaugural series of events.

Headed by Greg Norman and funded by the Saudi Investment Fund, the Saudi Golf League – also known as Super Golf League – has caused much conjecture as it attempts to attract players from the PGA Tour and DP World Tour.

The controversial new global tour will get underway on June 9 at Centurion Golf Club in London as months and years of planning comes to fruition.

The series moves to the United States for the second event, which takes place at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club from July 1-3.

Trump National Golf Club Bedminster, which was due to stage the 2022 USPGA Championship, hosts the third event from July 29-31 in New Year before a summer break.

The Saudi Golf League returns on September 2-4 at The International in Boston and the moves on to Rich Harvest Farms in Chicago from September 16-18.

China stages a first event on October 7-9 at Stonehill Golf Club in Bangkok before the first Saudi Arabia tournament at Royal Greens Golf Club in Jeddah from October 14-16.

Two weeks later is the final event with Trump Doral in Miami staging a Team Championship from October 28-30 to finish the 2022 Saudi Golf League.

2022 LIV Saudi Golf League Schedule

June 9-11: Centurion Golf Club – London
July 1-3: Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club – Portland
July 29-31: Trump National Golf Club Bedminster – New Jersey
Sept 2-4: The International – Boston
Sept 16-18: Rich Harvest Farms – Chicago
Oct 7-9: Stonehill Golf Club – Bangkok
Oct 14-16: Royal Greens Golf Club – Jeddah
Oct 28-30: Team Championship at Trump Doral – Miami

What is the Saudi Golf League prize money?

The first seven events will all carry $20 million prize funds. The Team Championship that concludes the series is worth $30 million.

Who is taking part in the Saudi Golf League?

Phil Mickelson is the biggest name to be rumoured to joining the Saudi Golf League with an estimated $24 million said to heading his way.

Other names on the rumour mill include Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood.

Organisers have revealed that they expect 15 of the current top 100 in the Official World Golf Rankings to be taking part.