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LIV Golf promises ‘something for everyone’ as part of elevated fan experience at Centurion event

11.33am 12th May 2022 - Courses

Details of the range of activities, entertainment and hospitality options available to fans attending next month’s LIV Golf Invitational Series tournament at Centurion Club in Hertfordshire next month have been released.

Gates will open at 11am on all three days of the tournament – June 9-11 – in advance of a 2pm shotgun start for the 48-player field, so guests can enjoy and take part in all of the interactive activities onsite.

Grounds passes, which cost £69, will allow fans to walk the course, view the tournament from select viewing platforms and grant entry to the Fan Village, which will feature a London-inspired food and drink market and feature Covent Garden-style street performers.

Ticket holders bringing young children will be catered for with a specially designed Kids Zone featuring children’s entertainers, face painting, soft play equipment for climbing, crazy golf putting challenges, and a range of fun educational activities.

Also in the Fan Village, a Performance Centre manned by professional coaches will enable guests to test their skills on swing simulators and a Zen Green Stage with PuttView surface, recreating the challenging slopes featured at the world’s most iconic courses. Meanwhile, gamers can try their luck in the Metaverse Tent, where Esports and hands-on virtual reality experiences will take fans inside the game through friendly competition.

There is also an Eco Village, where all items will have a sustainable life cycle, including a hydration area, mobile recycling unit, eco retail store, power bikes, and recycled furniture.

As part of the shotgun start, fans will be treated to an air show featuring The Blades and Warbirds aerobatic teams, while iconic London black cabs will transport the field of 48 players to their respective starting holes.

“LIV Golf is about more than just hosting a new golf tournament. It’s about creating an event experience,” said Greg Norman, CEO and Commissioner of LIV Golf. “We want players and fans to feed off a unique energy rarely encountered through this game, while engaging new audiences that will help golf grow. From intense competition on the course to entertainment that caters to fans of all ages, there will be something for everyone at Centurion.”

After the conclusion of the golfing action, which will be around 6.30pm, fans can look forward to entertainment from a series of free concerts, featuring live bands and DJs, with headline acts to be announced in the coming weeks, plus open admission to the Birdie Shack hospitality experience.

There will special ticket offers are available for select groups, including free entry for children aged 15 and under attending with a ticket-holding adult, and 25% discounts for students, teachers, doctors, nurses, and members of the emergency services. Free tickets will also be offered to those currently serving in the Armed Forces. Tickets must be purchased in advance by emailing email The general admission price for a single-day grounds pass is £69, which can be purchased at

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