2023 Grant Thornton Invitational Betting - Bet on PGA Tour

2023 Grant Thornton Invitational PGA Betting

Grant Thornton Invitational PGA Tour Betting

The Grant Thornton Invitational is a new mixed-team event that will see 16 PGA and 16 LPGA players compete together in a co-sanctioned tournament taking place from December 8-10. The 32-player event will be held at Tiburón Golf Club and be televised by NBC and the Golf Channel. The event will be contested over three rounds with players competing in 18 holes of Scramble, 18 holes of Foursomes and 18 holes of Modified Four Ball. The Grant Thornton Invitational will support a number of charities including CureSearch for Children’s Cancer. Some of the teams that have already been announced include Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson, Tony Finau and Nelly Korda, Corey Conners and Brooke Henderson, Jason Day and Lydia Ko, and Sahith Theegala and Rose Zhang.

Catch all of the action at the Grant Thornton Invitational from Friday, December 8 through Sunday, December 10.

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2023 Grant Thornton Invitational at a Glance

Course: Tiburón Golf Club, Naples, Florida

Par: 72

Course Length: 7,382 (Gold) 6,949 (Black)

Defending Champion: Inaugural Event

Tournament Record: Inaugural Event

Tiburón Golf Club features two 18-hole, Greg Norman-designed golf courses, The Tiburón Gold Course is home to the LPGA Tour's CME Group Tour Championship and The Grant Thornton Invitational. It has been ranked among the top 20 golf courses in Florida by Golf Digest and GOLF Magazine. The Tiburón Black Course has been hosting the Chubb Classic since 2022. Tiburón's Gold Course opened in 1998 and the Black Course opened in 2001.

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Tournament Schedule

Friday, December 8 – Opening Round – Scramble Format

Each player hits a tee shot and then the team selects the ball to be used for the next stroke. From there, both players hit their next shots from that spot. This process continues until the ball is holed.

Saturday, December 9 – Second Round – Foursome (Alternate Shot) Format

This format is the one that is used in the Ryder Cup and Solheim Cup. Each team’s players alternate hitting shots with the same ball until the ball is holed. One player will tee off on the odd-numbered holes, and the other tees off on the even-numbered holes.

Sunday, December 10 – Final Round – Modified Four-Ball Format

In the modified format, both players tee off, and then they switch balls for their second shots and play that same ball until it is holed. The lower score of the partners is then counted as the team score for the hole.

“An incredible amount of thought and collaboration with players, broadcast partners and representatives from both tours went into developing these three unique formats,” said Rob Hartman, Grant Thornton Invitational Tournament Director to the media. “We feel confident our approach will ensure a playing experience that is both highly competitive and equal for all players, while also maximizing interaction within the teams and the two tours. The result will be an entertaining product for our tournament fans, international television audience and corporate partners.”

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