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LIV Golf broadcast ‘will be unlike anything fans have seen before’

50 cameras will cover today's inaugural event, including pictures from 16 different towers, drones, and mobile steady cameras

The new golf tour which launches today at Centurion Club in Hertfordshire will be covered by more than 50 cameras aiming to capture all the action from the 12-team, 48 player event.

The broadcast team working on LIV Golf will take pictures from 16 different towers, drones, and mobile steady cameras, with tracer technology highlighting the action throughout the course.

More than 60 microphones are being incorporated from tee to green on every hole, including player and caddie mics.

The organisers are promising on-screen graphics which will showcase innovations to the viewing experience while keeping fans updated in real time on the teams and individuals leading the field.

“The LIV Golf broadcast will be unlike anything fans have seen before,” said Will Staeger, LIV Golf chief media officer. “The innovations we are introducing to the sport will be distributed to existing and new audiences all over the world as we deliver golf coverage dedicated to entertainment and access.

“We’ve built a world class production team that has combined the industry’s best practices with a reimagined experience for viewers to create a one-of-a-kind broadcast. We’ve been counting down the days to Thursday’s start so fans can tune in and watch what we have been working on.”

The LIV Golf event broadcasts will also be aired live via premium and free-to-air broadcasters in over 150 territories around the world, including DAZN in the UK, Eleven Sports, Sky Deutschland, and Viaplay.