Tiger Woods might be many things, but he is undoubtedly a golf icon and a role model to many young golfers all around the world. His knowledge and passion for the game are absolutely unparalleled. However, due to an unforeseen injury, Woods had to withdraw himself from the 2023 Masters midway. Still, Woods managed to stay in the headlines.
Since its inception, Woods’ tech-focused golfing league named TGL has been all the buzz in the golf world. This Woods-Mcllroy venture is set to debut in the January of 2024. Although it is not confirmed, but the TGL series is all set to rival the LIV Golf Series. With the involvement of names like Serena Williams or Arthur Blank, this series is all set to make waves in the golfing community.
As per the current sources, the names of the teams are not yet finalized, but Alexis Ohanian and Serena Williams bought the LA team. Fenway Sports heads Boston. Billionaire Arthur Blank bought Atlanta. And Mets owner Steve Cohen bought the New York team. Apart from these confirmed teams, Boston and Atlanta are also believed to join these teams in the league.
What Led These Investors Here?
As is apparent, the all-new TGL league could be the next big thing in the world of golfing. With so many wealthy investors joining hands with Woods for this upcoming venture is astounding. But what led them to invest such huge amounts of money in an up-and-coming golf league?
With an ingenious mix of golf and technology, the league could bypass the slow play and weather conditions that plague golfing tournaments. As a result, this would bring a revolutionary change in the way golfing might function.
While some fans are absolutely excited to experience golfing in this new way. Meanwhile, others believe that this is essentially breaking the traditions and, in a way, going down a path that might bring detrimental change to the game. Keep following our page for more sports-related content.