Written by
Bryan Mullen, LIV Golf Correspondent
Apr 22 2024
- 4 MIN
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Team: RangeGoats Golf Club
Previous event team finish: 2nd at LIV Golf Miami
Season-long team standings: 6th
Top finisher from previous event: Matthew Wolff, T-3
Fun stat: RangeGoats GC leads the League in driving distance at 307.4 yards per drive.


It’s safe to assume RangeGoats Golf Club can’t wait to stick the tee into the ground this week at LIV Golf Adelaide. After a highly successful week in Miami, the club is poised to build on its recent success.

RangeGoats GC is coming off a second-place finish at LIV Golf Miami, which was the team’s best result of the season as well as its second podium showing. And while the team may sit sixth in the season-long team standings, expect it to make plenty of moves upward if the players keep clicking like they did at legendarily difficult Doral.

Matthew Wolff continues to be one of the best storylines of the season. He led RangeGoats GC with a tie for third in Miami, and it was his best result since finishing T-2 in his second LIV Golf start (2022 Bedminster). Wolff also sits 11th in the season-long individual standings, the highest of any RangeGoats GC player.

Wolff clearly feels comfortable and confident on his new team in 2024, and having close friend Peter Uihlein by his side has been a positive. Captain Bubba Watson continues to foster a family-like atmosphere on his club and it’s producing winning results.

As for Watson’s play on the course, it’s seen a massive uptick now that he’s fully healthy and can practice and prepare more. Watson finished T-32 in Miami, but his game was sharp. For example, Watson ranked tied for first in fairways hit at Doral. Watson also likes The Grange Golf Club in Adelaide. He finished 12th here last year and shot 10 under on the weekend.

Uihlein has made strides in recent events and is looking forward to Adelaide. He finished seventh here last season and is coming off a T-3 showing on the Asian Tour’s Saudi Open presented by PIF. Prior to that he had a solid T-18 finish in Miami to help his team to second place.

Thomas Pieters was a big contributor in Miami, where he posted a T-9 finish for his best result of 2024. More of that, especially with all four scores counting in the final rounds in 2024, and RangeGoats GC will move up the standings quickly.