It could be argued one of LIV Golf's greatest successes of the 2023 campaign was their event in Australia.
Such was the success of the stop in Adelaide - where Talor Gooch picked up the first of his three victories - there were reports the hierarchy of the breakaway tour were considering adding another Australian tournament to their 2024 schedule.
A preliminary schedule has been obtained by SI and, sadly for Australian fans, it looks likely only one LIV tournament will take place Down Under.
Again, if the report is true, the breakaway tour will return to The Grange in Adelaide.
Another interesting aspect of the report is that LIV are not planning on returning to any of Donald Trump's properties.
LIV has staged events at Trump's courses in Washington, Miami and Bedminster.
The preliminary schedule sees LIV playing eight of 14 events outside of the U.S.
Once again, LIV plans to open their campaign in Mexico at El Camaleón Golf Course at Maykoba. That was a PGA Tour venue until the rival league swooped.
The North American circuit has now moved the World Wide Technology Championship to the El Cardonal Golf Course at Diamante Cabo San Lucas. Who designed that course? Just Tiger Woods.
After visiting Mexico, LIV plans to go back to Jeddah, Hong Kong, Adelaide, Singapore, Valderrama, England and South Korea.
LIV Golf are still continuing their negotiations with the PGA Tour to ratify the 6 June framework agreement.
Recent reports have suggested the PGA Tour rejected an investment opportunity with Endeavour.
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