The third LIV event might be its most controversial with the startup tour heading to Trump Bedminster, the course that was stripped of the 2022 PGA Championship.
Monster hitter who is returning to form after an injury layoff. He finished 8th in his LIV debut in Portland and followed it up with a T-8 in the Open Championship where he finished with a 67-66. Is the longest hitter on the PGA Tour when healthy and ranks 4th in Sand Saves.
Inconsistent young gun who at his best can win this as he has finished 2nd in major company. Ranks 4th on the PGA Tour in Driving Distance. Finished 8th in Portland and Trump National will suit his long game even more.
Big-hitting Englishman who will love the Trump Bedminster layout. Ranks 6th on the DP World Tour in Strokes Gained: Off The Tee and 11th in Driving Distance. Made the Cut at The Open and finished 17th at LIV London.
Underrated South African who ranks 2nd on the DP World Tour in Bogey Avoidance, 3rd in Scrambling and 8th in Sand Saves. Also ranks Top 20 on the Japan Tour in Driving Distance. LIV results have been 22nd and 47th but Trump Bedminster should suit him better.