LIV Golf is gearing up for its Middle East debut in Saudi Arabia from October 14-16, where the LIV Golf Invitational Jeddah will bring 48 of the world's best golfers

To the country to compete in the penultimate event of the 2022 groundbreaking season. Royal Greens Golf & Country Club will host reigning Open champion,

Cameron Smith (Aus) and 12 major winners among the 48-strong field, which also includes past Saudi winners Dustin Johnson (USA), Harold Varner III (USA), and Graeme. McDowell (NI).

In a first-of-its-kind individual and team format, the pros compete in 12 teams of four with a shotgun start accompanied by music and entertainment.

With an impressive $25 million purse, with $20 million in individual and $5 million in team events, the competition is the final international stop in LIV's eight-race inaugural season,

which previously competed in the US and England. A week before Jeddah, golfers will travel to Thailand for the first event on the Asian continent.

"We couldn't be more pleased to bring the biggest names in golf to Jeddah and introduce our innovative league."

Majed Al Sorour, Chief Executive Officer of LIV Golf, added: “LIV Golf is creating opportunities for players from around the world to compete on a new global stage.