2023 LIV Golf Mayakoba leaderboard, score: Charles Howell III earns title, leads Crushers GC to team win

For the first time in over four years, Charles Howell III won a professional victory. Defeating fellow Oklahoma State Cowboys Peter Eichlein and Talor Gooch, as well as attacking Branden Grace, Howell entered the winning circle at the 2023 LIV Golf Mayakoba on Sunday.

Starting the third lap as a slightly forgotten man in the final group, Howell stepped on the gas from the start. While Gooch’s departure from the 4 Aces during the off-season and the subsequent addition of Uichlein caused a flurry of excitement, the scene belonged to Howell.

“Yeah [I thought I had a good chance to win]Howell said. “I’ve played here many times before and had an idea of ​​what to expect, but there are double ghosts everywhere around this place, so you never know.”

Playing his first 10 holes on Sunday at age 7, the 43-year-old quickly turned a one-stroke late night into a four-stroke advantage. From there, Yulein and Gooch didn’t bother Howell as a carefree outing until the age of 16.

Howell won not only as a person, but also as a member of the Crushers GC. The team’s boat, led by Bryson DeChambeau, raced at El Camaleon Golf Club, beating the runners-up by 4 aces by nine strokes. Ending the week at 26, the Crushers GC claimed their first joint title after a string of setbacks in 2022.

“It was important that we won a team victory. We were close last year and obviously you can feel it from that side,” Howell said. “For all the fans, for everyone who came, it’s been a great week.”

Rick Geman was joined by Greg DuCharme, Mark Immelman and Patrick McDonald to wrap up the 2023 Honda Classic at PGA National and take a look at what happened at LIV Mayakoba. Follow and listen to The First Cut on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

Team Leaderboard

Place Team Players Check



Bryson DeChambeau, Charles Howell III, Anirban Lahiri, Paul Casey



4 aces

Dustin Johnson, Pat Perez, Patrick Reed, Peter Yulein




Joaquin Niemann, Sebastian Munoz, Mito Pereira, David Puig




Louis Ousthuisen, Branden Grace, Charl Schwarzel, Dean Burmester




Cameron Smith, Mark Leishman, Matt Jones, Jediah Morgan




Sergio Garcia, Abraham Unser, Eugenio Chacarra, Carlos Ortiz




Phil Mickelson, Brendan Steele, Cameron Tringale, James Piot



goat range

Bubba Watson, Talor Gooch, Harold Varner III, Thomas Peters




Brooks Kepka, Chase Kepka, Matthew Wolfe, Jason Cockrack



iron heads

Kevin Na, Shihwan Kim, Scott Vincent, Danny Lee




Ian Poulter, Henrik Stenson, Lee Westwood, Sam Horsfield




Graham McDowell, Lori Kanter, Richard Bland, Bernd Wiesberger


What’s next for the LIV Golf?

LIV Golf will launch its first US event of 2023 from March 17-19. Traveling to Tucson, Arizona, LIV Golf will set foot on The Gallery Club for the first time in league history. Crushers GC will take the lead in the second tournament of the season and try to close the gap between them and the rest of the players.


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