LIV Golf trying to get world ranking points via small tour

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LIV Golf and its leader, Greg Norman, have been desperate to get world ranking points for its inaugural season. LIV Golf is playing in Bangkok this week and Saudi Arabia next week. The MENA Tour began in 2011 and has 54-hole events, typical of developmental tours. The winner from the LIV golf Invitational-Thailand gets $4 million.
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LIV Golf trying to get world ranking points via small tour

Phil Mickelson is now a member of the MENA Tour

2 months ago·United States
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LIV Golf trying to get world ranking points via small tour

LIV Golf’s latest bid to get world ranking points is by aligning itself with a little-known tour that offers $75,000 purses and has not held a tournament since early in […]

2 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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LIV Golf Trying to Get World Ranking Points via Small MENA Tour

LIV Golf’s latest bid to get world ranking points is by aligning itself with a little-known tour that offers $75,000 purses and has not held a tournament since early in the COVID-19 pandemic. The MENA Tour—Middle East and North Africa—announced Wednesday a strategic alliance that will result in MENA sanctioning LIV Golf Invitational events and making them part of its tour. The MENA Tour said it would submit the 48-man field from the LIV Golf Inv…

2 months ago·New York, United States
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LIV Golf trying to get world ranking points via small tour

LIV Golf's latest bid to get world ranking points is by aligning itself with a little-known tour that offers $75,000 purses and has not held a tournament since early in the COVID-19 pandemic.

2 months ago
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LIV Golf trying to get world ranking points via small tour

LIV Golf's latest bid to get world ranking points is by aligning itself with a little-known tour that offers $75,000 purses and has not held a tournament since early in the COVID-19 pandemic.

2 months ago
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LIV Golf trying to get world ranking points via small tour

LIV Golf's latest bid to get world ranking points is by aligning itself with a little-known tour that offers $75,000 purses and has not held a tournament since early in the COVID-19 pandemic.

2 months ago·Burnaby, Canada
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