LIV Golf is back in the United States, living on Tulsa time the week before the PGA Championship.
Cedar Ridge Country Club in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, hosts 2023 LIV Golf Tulsa. The site sits about 10 miles from Southern Hills Country Club, which hosted the 2022 PGA Championship, and is about 4 hours north of the PGA Tour’s Byron Nelson in McKinney, Texas, this week.
The course hosted a U.S. Women’s Open in 1983 and an LPGA event from 2004-08. However, this time it’s where LIV makes its sixth appearance of 14 in the 2023 season.
After the first round, it’s Branden Grace with a two-shot lead after a 9-under 61, the lowest score to par in LIV history. He had nine birdies and nine pars. However, Dustin Johnson closed the gap late, birdieing five straight holes on the back nine to come home in 29. He’s at 7 under, tied with Brendan Steele.
In the team competition, it’s Stinger GC at 17 under, six shots clear of the 4Aces GC. Talor Gooch, who won the past two LIV Golf events in Adelaide and Singapore, is 2 under after the opening round.
Here’s a look at some of the best photos from LIV Golf Tulsa at Cedar Ridge.