Feb 08—10, 2024
Las Vegas Country Club, Las Vegas, USA

A fantastic final round for Graeme posting a 5 under par to finish in 5th place. This was his best finish on the LIV circuit and on the final round all the hard work came together. He carded 5 birdies with no dropped shots to be pushing for the lead at the end. Not only was it an amazing week for Graeme, his team SMASH GC came home winners in the team event. Koepka (Captain), Gooch, Kokrak & McDowell had a combined total of -33, a massive seven shots ahead of the 2nd place ACES GC.

Graeme scored a level-par 70 in round two at Las Vegas Country Club to fall seven back of the fast pace set by Dustin Johnson and Bryson DeChambeau. It was a case of one step forward, one step back for the Portrush man who fired three birdies but mixed in three bogeys as well, falling back from tied seventh to tied 26th as several players went low around the desert layout.

Graeme McDowell posted his best opening score since LIV’s arrival to sit just three off the lead in a share of seventh place after day one at Las Vegas County Club. Starting on the sixth hole in the shotgun start format, the Portrush man opened his birdie account with a three on the par-4 seventh, then added two more back-to-back on 12 and 13 before a bogey at 14, his only dropped shot of the day, momentarily halted the charge. He’d respond in ideal fashion with birdie at the par-5 15th, covering his opening nine in three-under. Another birdie at the first took him to -4 for the day, and he’d par his way to the par-3 fifth – his 18th – where a pinpoint iron shot left him a short birdie putt, only to see the four-footer slide by, ending an otherwise excellent opening effort on a rather sour note.


LIV Golf is about to take over a true Las Vegas institution, where the rich and famous have been sinking putts and cutting deals since 1967.

The Las Vegas Country club has hosted multiple pro tournaments, including the Las Vegas Invitational won by our own commissioner Greg Norman. The clubhouse, meanwhile, has provided sanctuary to Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Joe DiMaggio.

This venue once witnessed a classic ‘what happens in Vegas’ tale, when an FBI plane landed in a water hazard. Now, it’s time for another incredible story.

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February 11th, 2024|


Feb 02—04, 2024
El Camaleón Golf Course, Mayakoba, Mexico

Graeme got his Smash GC debut underway with a T43 finish. With a course Par of 71 G-Mac scored E, +3 and +1 to end the week +4. Graeme’s best spell was in his opening round with a run of 4 birdies in 5 holes from the 6th to 10th holes, after that he struggled and couldn’t get any momentum going which dropped down the leaderboard.

Team Smash GC had an overall score of -12 to put them in 7 position.


The El Cameleón Course sits on the Riviera Maya, just down the coast from honeymoon hotbed Cancun, and Mayakoba and LIV Golf promises to be a match made in heaven.

The course, designed by LIV Golf Commissioner & CEO Greg Norman, fuses challenging holes with glorious scenery in a breathtaking beach-side setting. It’s the perfect venue for great golfing action.

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February 5th, 2024|

Graeme joins Smash for 2024!

January 28th, 2024|

Asian Tour – BNI Indonesian Masters presented by Tunas Niaga Energi

Nov 16 – 19, 2023

Graeme finished in T14 place on 10 under par at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club with rounds of 71, 68, 69, 66. Par for the course was 71.

GMac closed with a 66 Graeme and saved his best for last as a closing five-under 66 saw him climb to T14 at the BNI Indonesian Masters presented by TNE.

Graeme’s closing round saw the Portrush man go bogey-free and, having started on the 10th, he hit all seven fairways and all nine greens on his final nine holes, mixing two birdies on that side with three on the back to make it back-to-back top-15 finishes after a T12 at last week’s Hong Kong Open.

Graeme remained in 40th place after Day 3 after a two-under 69. Graeme endured a frustrating first nine holes – he started his round on the 10th – hitting all seven fairways and nine greens, but taking 18 putts as he traded a single birdie with a single bogey.

He fared slightly better with the flatstick on the front side, dropping a shot at the first after missing his first green of the day, but one-putted six of the final eight holes to card three birdies and reach the clubhouse at -5 for the tournament.

On Day 2 – Graeme moved inside the cutline with a 68 on day two in Indonesia. Errant tee shots and a cold putter forced Portrush man Graeme to birdie three of his closing five holes on day one to keep his head just above water at level-par, but a vastly improved tee game helped him to a second-round, three-under 68 and he climbs to a tie for 40th going into the weekend at the BNI Indonesian Masters presented by TNE. Graeme hit 11 of 14 fairways, trading five birdies with two bogeys to climb more than 40 places on the leaderboard in his first Indonesian appearance of his storied career.

Day 1 – Graeme battled back for level-par opener at BNI Indonesian Masters. Three birdies in his final five holes saw Graeme McDowell rescue a scrappy opening round at the Asian Tour’s BNI Indonesian Masters presented by TNE. Coming off the back of a T12 finish – his best of the year – in last week’s Hong Kong Open, the Portrush man is making his first appearance in Indonesia and was out of sorts on the front side, missing the first four fairways and taking 19 putts as he bogeyed the first, second and fifth holes to make the turn at +3. A birdie at 12 was his first of the day, and though he’d immediately give that shot back at the next, he’d respond with back-to-back birdies on 14 and 15 before adding another on the par-5 closing hole to claw his way back to level-par and finish the day tied for 68th.

Earlier in the week, Graeme won the first ever Hole in One in rooftop challenge at Wynn Palace in Macau.

He made short work of the inaugural Hole in One Challenge from the rooftop of the stunning Wynn Palace 5-star hotel, at the official confirmation of the International Series Macau presented by Wynn in Macau.

2010 US Open champion McDowell, was triumphed in the shootout with fellow LIV Golf star Patrick Reed and Andy Ogletree. The trio were shooting it out in a fun nearest-the-pin competition from the Wynn Palace rooftop, 28 floors high, aiming at a floating pontoon par-three green 197 yards away in the hotel lake. McDowell fired a 7 iron to within just inches of the flag for the nearest of the pin, despite windy conditions.

The activation was held ahead of a press conference at the Wynn Palace to announce the International Series Macau presented by Wynn, which will take place from 14-17 March 2024 at the Macau Golf & Country Club – a new destination on The International Series schedule. It is the first International Series event to be confirmed for 2024.

GMac said: “That was fun, it’s always enjoyable to have a bit of a challenge and banter. And what a stunning setting for a nearest the pin. It’s been a wonderful couple of days, I do love coming to this part of the world and this hotel is exceptional. The players on next year’s International Macau are in for a real treat, and their presence will help to further develop golf in the region.”

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November 19th, 2023|

Asian Tour – Hong Kong Open

Nov 9 – 12, 2023

Graeme came home in T12 place on 13 under par at the Hong Kong Golf Club with rounds of 67, 65, 66, 69. Par for the course was 70.

He started his opening day well with early birdies on the second and third holes followed by after another on the 9th. He then made par on every hole coming in to end a bogey free round on 3 under. On Friday,  Graeme fired a five-under 65 to move to within four shots of the lead at the halfway in the Asian Tour’s Hong Kong Open. On moving day the Portrush man missed just one fairway at tight Hong Kong Golf Club and found 14 greens in regulation as he made five birdies, with his only dropped shot coming after a three-putt at the fourth. This put him in the pack at T7 going into the final day, 4 shots back from the lead. Sunday was a mixed bag with three birdies cancelled by out by three bogeys on the front nine which dropped Graeme off the pace. He made birdie on the par 5, 13th to end on the day with a 1 under par 69, and T12 for the week.

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November 12th, 2023|

Asian Tour – Volvo China Open

Nov 2 – 5, 2023

Graeme finishes in T13 place on 7 under par at the Hidden Grace Golf Club with rounds of 72, 68, 70 and 71.

Heading into the weekend Graeme shot his best round, a four-under 68 which moved him into the top-20. He followed that up with a third round 70, including a birdie on 17 which took him to -2 for the day and -6 overall. On Sunday Graeme made three birdies and two bogeys enroute to a final round one-under 71, this saw him climb three places on the leaderboard and gave him a final position for the week of T13.

Graeme was back in action on the Asian Tour’s International Series Volvo China Open at Hidden Grace Golf Club in Shenzhen. Graeme, who was the runner-up in the China Open in 2007, has always performed well in this part of the world. He is determined and delighted to be back in Shenzhen after an eight-year absence and is thoroughly impressed with the condition of the golf course.

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November 5th, 2023|


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