The team competition was a big draw for the event. The two teams that were selling the most were Phil’s group and D.J. and Pat Perez, who were known as the four aces.
We talked with another person who said, “I think it’s great to have an individual in the team concept because everybody has a chance. You have to finish. You have to. You can’t just give up and then walk away. If somebody is ten over, that putt matters at the end. So it kind of brings more country club feel or your weekend round of golf with your buddies.”
Overall, the event was a success. Our publisher, Mike Billingsley stated, “We are very impressed with what we’ve seen so far with LIV Golf. And I don’t overstate that. We have talked to a lot of people, and they are really having fun. They like the changes. The format seems very fresh. The environment is awesome. They’ve made a shotgun start with 54 holes that people seem to like a lot. The team format is taking hold. You’re seeing that from people buying merchandise. All in all, they’ve done some things that are really interesting, and the players seem very relaxed. So far, they’ve checked off a lot of great boxes with LIV Golf.”
Ladies at the event cheered, “We’re having a blast at LIV Golf.”
The LIV Golf event has been a great success, with players and fans alike enjoying the unique format and team competition. It has brought a fresh and fun approach to the game of golf, and it looks like it will be here to stay.