Written by
Bryan Mullen, LIV Golf Correspondent
Apr 30 2024
- 3 MIN
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Team: 4Aces Golf Club
Previous event team finish: 12th
Season-long team standings: 8th
Top finisher from previous event: Patrick Reed, T-22
Fun stat: Sentosa Golf Club rewards players who are adept at getting out of trouble, so this bodes well for 4Aces GC. The team is third in 2024 in scrambling at 65.7%.


It’s been a roller coaster season thus far for 4Aces Golf Club, and the players are hoping LIV Golf Singapore will result in an upward trajectory.

The team’s two worst finishes of the season came at the season-opening event at Mayakoba and last week at Adelaide, with both being 12th-place results. But there have been plenty of positives in between.

The highlight came just one event after Mayakoba at LIV Golf Las Vegas, where the team got on the podium with a second-place finish and where Captain Dustin Johnson won the individual event in a gutsy finish for the ages.

Now the question is if the team can bounce back once again, and then keep the momentum going. With the second half of the season upon us, and given the club’s history of success, it’s way more likely 4Aces GC will be a contender than not.

All in all, last week in Adelaide didn’t provide any huge issues. None of the 4Aces GC players was an outlier with an outrageously high score. In fact, no player shot over par all week. The issue was the inability for multiple players to go super low on consecutive days. Patrick Reed led the way and was a combined 11 under through the first two rounds before shooting even par on Sunday.

Reed also finished 14th in Singapore in 2023, helping his team to a ninth-place finish.

Teammate Harold Varner III couldn’t quite get it going last week and but kept it at par for two days, adding a 3-under 69 on Saturday. Johnson started even par on Friday and closed nicely on the weekend with rounds of 6-under 66 and 3-under 69.

Pat Perez might be the player to watch in Singapore, however. He has been flashing nicely and tied with Johnson at Adelaide at 9-under par for the week. Perez has finished in the top 5 only once in 2024, but things could be different in Singapore. He finished T-7 in scrambling (76.92%) and T-14 in driving accuracy (66.67%) in Adelaide.