Although the outcome of the negotiations between PGA and LIV has not yet been known, and the implications it could have on the world of professional golf, Jon Rahm’s schedule for his new home has already been published, with the possibility of adding new stops if both circuits reach an agreement.
The LIV presented its calendar for 2024 last November, although the venues and dates for the individual and team finals have not yet been defined.
Jon Rahm, schedule
The calendar consists of 14 tournaments, to which we must add the four majors, for which Rahm is already guaranteed his participation, and the Olympic Games.
Some of the locations from the previous season are repeated, such as Mayakoba in Mexico, The Grange in Australia, Sentosa in Singapore and The Greenbrier in West Virginia, United States. But what draws the attention of Spanish fans is the inclusion of Valderrama, the jewel in the crown of national golf.
Among the new additions are Las Vegas Country Club, a mini Asian tour of Saudi Arabia and Hong Kong, The Golf Club of Houston and The Grove Club in Texas and Tennessee, respectively, and the JCB Golf and Country Club in Staffordshire, United Kingdom.
These replace tournaments held at London’s Centurion, Tucson, Illinois, Trump National in Washington, Oklahoma and Orange County. Although it remains uncertain what the future may hold for the professional golf landscape, fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the next season of the LIV competition in which Jon Rahm will be a part.
Regarding the main championships, our protagonist will start by defending the iconic green jacket at the Augusta Masters, from April 11 to 14. Then, from May 16 to 19, he will face the challenge of the PGA Championship in Valhalla, followed by the prestigious US Open at Pinehurst from June 13 to 16, finishing with mastery in the demanding British Open at Royal Troon from June 18 to 21.
July. This is the schedule that our outstanding athlete must meet, and we are sure that he will give us a show worthy of his skill and dedication.
Source: Tennis World USA