The LIV Golf League filled the last open spot on its 2024 schedule overenight when officials announced that Maridoe Golf Club in Carrollton, Texas, will be the site for its season-ending $US50 million LIV Golf Team Championship.

The Dallas–Fort Worth-area course, designed by Steve Smyers (who also designed Cypress Lakes in Australia) and opened in 2017, tips out at 7,148 metres (7,817 yards) and has previously played host to the US Women’s Amateur Four-Ball among various top level amateur events. During early 2020, when COVID stopped play on the PGA Tour, course owner Albert Huddleston hosted tour pros for two 54-hole tournaments that doubled as charity fundraisers won by Scottie Scheffler and Brandon Wu.

“Our LIV Golf players are looking forward to playing in the Dallas–Fort Worth area with its great golf tradition,” said LIV Golf chief executive Greg Norman in a press release.

The LIV Golf Team Championship will be held from September 20-22, employing the same knockout format it has the past two seasons, when it was played at Trump National Doral in Miami, to produce a team winner for 2024. The competition will be a mix of team strokeplay and matchplay.

All 13 LIV teams will compete, with the top three receiving first-round byes and automatically qualifying for the semi-finals. The remaining 10 teams will play in five quarter-final matches on the Friday, with match-up determined during a live drawing of team captains during tournament week. The five winners advance to the semi-finals, with the semi-final winners competing for the team title on the Sunday. The winning team will take home $US14 million.

A year ago, Bryson DeChambeau, Paul Casey, Charles Howell III and Anirban Lahiri led Crushers GC to the team title. The Crushers are first in team points so far in 2024, followed by Legion XIII, the league’s expansion team captained by Jon Rahm. In third place is Ripper GC, the all-Australian squad led by Cameron Smith.