LIV Golf London results day one

After months of speculation and controversy, it’s day one of competition for the all-new LIV Golf league, with the LIV Golf Invitational Series kicking off on Thursday in London.

Charles Schwarzl Henny de Plessis, both from South Africa, lead the field after the first round. Schwartzel took the lead on Thursday after scoring 5-under 65, with Du Plessis’ shot 1 in 4-under. Phil Mickelson And the Dustin Johnson They were tied for seventh place after every 1-under 69 launch.

After the launch, the PGA Tour suspended the seventeen members competing in the event. Players who compete in LIV events are not eligible to participate in the PGA Tour or any other sanctioned rounds. Players who participate in future LIV Golf events will face the same penalty.

As of Thursday, here’s how the leaderboard has broken up. The LIV events are 54 holes, so two rounds remain.

Live Golf London from Thursday

1. Charles Schwarzl -5
2. Henny de Plessis -4
T3. Scott Vincent -3
T3. Phachara Khongwatmai -3
T5. Branden Grace -2
T5. Justin Harding -2
T7. Dustin Johnson -1
T7. Phil Mickelson -1
T7. Sam Horsfield -1
T7. Laurie Kanter -1
T11. Chase Kupka E
T11. Oliver Baker E
T11. Peter Ohlin E
T11. Adrian Otaegui E
T11. Hideto Tanihara E
T16. Sergio Garcia +1
T16. Taylor Gotsch +1
T16. Ormsby Valley +1
T16. Ian Sneman +1
T16. James Peyote +1
T16. Viraj Madaba +1
T22. Pablo Larzabal +2
T22. Louis Oosthuizen +2
T24. Richard Bland +3
T24. Rachananun Chantananuwat +3
T24. Ryosuke Kinoshita +3
T24. Jedi Morgan +3
T24. Oliver Fisher +3
T24. Kevin Yuan +3
T24. Jinichiro Kuzuma +3
T24. JC Ritchie +3
T24. Sean Norris +3
T24. Kevin Na +3
T34. Graeme McDowell +4
T34. David Puig +4
T34. Martin Kaymer +4
T34. Matt Jones +4
T38. leave petit +5
T38. Travis Smith +5
T38. Lee Westwood +5
T38. Ian Poulter +5
T42. Sadom Kaewkanjana +6
T42. Itthipat Buranatanyarat +6
T44. Hudson Swafford +7
T44. Bernd Weisberger +7
T46. Blake Wind +8
T46. Sihwan Kim +8
48. Andy Ogletree +12

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