Written by
Bryan Mullen, LIV Golf Correspondent
Apr 30 2024
- 4 MIN
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Team: RangeGoats Golf Club
Previous event team finish: 9th
Season-long team standings: 7th
Top finisher from previous event: Thomas Pieters, T-14
Fun stat: RangeGoats GC continues to pound the driver and enters this week in second place (barely) in Driving Distance Average (307.3). The team trails only Legion XIII (307.9).


The comfort level at Sentosa Golf Club is high for RangeGoats Golf Club entering LIV Golf Singapore. That’s what happens when you’re the defending team champion and are coming off a remarkable overall performance from a season ago.

RangeGoats GC won by three strokes in Singapore in 2023 and has plenty of experience and success returning. Peter Uihlein finished 11th here last year and was particularly good on the weekend when he had rounds of 3-under 68 and 5-under 66. Uihlein is showing fine form in 2024, and just last week in Adelaide he opened with a stellar 7-under 65. He has two top-20 finishes this season, including a T-2 at LIV Golf Las Vegas.

Captain Bubba Watson continues to play well while finally being totally healthy. The two-time Masters champion is rounding into form and is looking more like the player who finished T-15 in Las Vegas. He shot under-par rounds all three days last week in Adelaide and was on point Saturday when he carded a 5-under 67.

Teammate Thomas Pieters led the way for his team in Australia where he finished 13 under for the week, good enough for a T-14 finish. He was also coming off his best showing of 2024, a T-9 at LIV Golf Miami. Pieters appears to have some good mojo going and will look to put together three consecutive high finishes. He finished 23rd in Singapore in 2023 and had under-par rounds all three days.

Matthew Wolff continues to excite his teammates with his improved play and positive outlook. Wolff has been more than a contributor this season; he’s been an on-course leader multiple times. He opened slowly last week at Adelaide and had a non-counting score of 1-under 71, but he bounced back nicely with a 6-under 66 in Round 2 before posting a final-round 69.

The team-first mindset for RangeGoats GC continues to pay off and Singapore’s good vibes for the defending champs should provide plenty of positives.