DORAL, Fla. - After two days of match play the LIV Golf Team Championship is transitioning back to stroke play.
Twelve teams made their way to Trump National Doral's Blue Monster course for the $50 million season finale, and just four remain for Sunday's final round.
Dustin Johnson's 4Aces GC, Cameron Smith's Punch GC, Brooks Koepka's Smash GC and Louis Oosthuizen's Stinger GC will square off for the final day's top prize of $16 million, which will see $4 million split among the first-place team. Second place will split $8 million, with $6 million and $4 million going to the teams in third and fourth place, respectively. The four teams eliminated in Saturday's semifinal round of matches split $3 million, with the four losers in the quarterfinals each splitting $1 million.
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"I think everyone is out to beat the 4Aces tomorrow," said Smith in Saturday's post-round news conference. "They have been the one on top all year, so it will be nice to maybe get out there and show them someone else can win, personally."
"Bring it," replied Johnson.
All 16 players from the final four teams will play 18 holes of shotgun start stroke play, with all four scores counting towards the final team score. Captains will be paired together as eight groups of two will take to the course starting at 12:15 p.m. ET, with a live stream on YouTube.
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Story originally appeared on GolfWeek