Move over, Monday Night Football: the TGL is here.

After Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy announced their new company on Tuesday, TMRW Sports on Wednesday introduced the TGL, a “new tech-infused league” that will partner with the PGA Tour.

“TGL is the next evolution of professional golf, and I am committed to helping lead it into the future. Embracing technology to create this unique environment gives us the opportunity to bring our sport into the prime time of cohesively alongside so many of the biggest sports events,” Woods said via a statement. “As a huge sports fan myself, I’m excited to blend golf with technology and common team elements. to other sports. We all know what it’s like to be in a football stadium or basketball arena where you can watch every game, every minute. action unfolds before your eyes. It’s something not possible in traditional golf – and an aspect of TGL that will set it apart and attract a new generation of fans.

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More version:

  • Teams: Six three-player PGA Tour teams
  • Season: 15 Monday night regular season games followed by semi-finals and finals games, starting in January 2024
  • Venue: Complete virtual course with a tech-infused short game complex
  • Fan experience: Every shot is live in a 2-hour prime-time televised match

“I have the greatest respect for the game of golf, and the TGL, while rooted in the traditions of the game, is taking a bold step into the sport’s increasingly technology-driven future,” added McIlroy. “TGL will leverage the appeal of team golf in an exciting, fan-friendly environment comparable to sitting on the course at an NBA game. TGL will broaden the appeal of golf for younger, more diverse fans and will serve as another way to introduce people to the game I love.”