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LIV Golf reaches half-way stage: Who’s winning the race for individual and team glory so far?

Image credit: Steve Szurlej / LIV Golf

The LIV Golf League's first official 14-tournament season is heating up with only seven events left, and players on the bottom of the standings await potential relegation from the league. The individual and team championship competitions are also starting to get intense.

Talor Gooch of RangeGoats GC currently leads the individual standings with 96 points, after winning back-to-back in Adelaide and Singapore. Branden Grace of Stinger GC and Smash GC captain and 2023 PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka are close behind with 86 and 85 points, respectively.

In the team competition, 4Aces GC, captained by Dustin Johnson, lead with 124 points, while Stinger GC has 108 points and Torque GC has 97 points. Torque, captained by Joaquin Niemann, won the team trophy at LIV Golf DC and is the first team to win twice this season.

While some players are fighting for glory, others are battling to remain in the league. Those who finish at the bottom of the standings will face the possibility of relegation.

The LIV Golf League's inaugural season has already brought some exciting moments, and with seven more tournaments on the horizon, fans are eager to see which players will rise to the top and stay in the league for next season.

Greg Norman, CEO and Commissioner of LIV Golf, said: “The incredible performances this season in Mexico, Australia, Singapore and throughout the U.S. have matched the fan energy and global excitement for the league’s launch.

“As we hit the season’s homestretch, the pursuit for championships will continue to showcase the world-class competition on display amongst many of the best players on the planet, and I’m eager for our fans to enjoy the high-stakes race set to unfold.”



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