This report suggests LIV Golf believe they will be around until at least 2028!

One golf club associated with Greg Norman's LIV Golf league has reportedly signed a multi-year contract with the controversial circuit. 

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Mon, 17 Apr 2023
This report suggests LIV Golf believe they will be around until at least 2028!

LIV Golf appears to be confident in its longevity, as the league has signed a multi-year contract with one of its current 2023 tournament sites. 

The league debuted in June 2022 with its London event. It went on to have seven more tournaments in its inaugural season before announcing that in 2023 it would be expanding to 14 events. 

One of the new tournaments for this year is Australia, which the PGA Tour notably does not regularly travel to.

The LIV Golf Adelaide event is set to begin later this week at The Grange Golf Club, headlined by Cameron Smith

Next on the schedule is the new Singapore event, set from April 28-30 and played at Sentosa Golf Club. 

On Sunday, The Straits Times reported that Sentosa Golf Club had signed a six-year contract with LIV Golf to be a host on its schedule until 2028. 

Per Yahoo Sports, Andrew Johnston, the manager of Sentosa Golf Club, said this on the club and LIV Golf:

"Having LIV at Sentosa is an exciting development for the golf ecosystem in Singapore and Asia as it brings some of the world’s best golfers to our country to compete on our world-class golf course.
"Additionally, the partnership with LIV Golf will undoubtedly contribute to the growth of golf tourism in Singapore, bringing in visitors from all over the world to experience our stunning golf courses and enhancing the golf ecosystem in Singapore and our attractions on Sentosa Island."

Already in its second season, LIV Golf has had stops in Mexico and two in the USA. Its Mexico tournament was played at El Camaleón, a Greg Norman design that was previously a regular PGA Tour stop. 

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