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TGL Explained

This is TGL

A New Way To Experience Golf

TGL presented by SoFi is a new professional golf league, combining advanced technology with top players from the PGA TOUR for a two-hour weekly competition in prime time.

Six teams from six different cities will go head-to-head in a season-long competition at SoFi Center, a first-of-its-kind venue built specifically for golf on the campus of Palm Beach State College. TGL incorporates innovative tech with virtual and real-life elements, with matches airing live on ESPN and ESPN+.

This page will be updated with new team and roster announcements in the coming weeks and months, as well as full league schedule, SoFi Center information and additional competition elements. To get the latest updates straight to your inbox, sign up here.

Breaking Down The Basics

Match Format
League Format
Shot Clock
The Ref
Modern Match Play
We'll be playing 15 holes over two sessions: Triples will be 9 holes and Singles will be 6 holes. Each hole is worth 1 point and the team with the fewest shots wins the point. Ties are worth 0 points and there are no carryovers. The team with the most points after 15 holes wins the match. If tied, overtime is a 3-vs-3 closest-to-the-pin competition...
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SoFi Center

First-of-its-kind Venue
Located in Palm Beach Gardens on the campus of Palm Beach State College, SoFi Center will measure nearly 250,000 square feet and will be where all the action takes place.
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The Teams

Atlanta Drive GC
Boston Common Golf
Jupiter Links Golf Club
Los Angeles Golf Club
TGL New York
TGL San Francisco
Atlanta Drive GC
Welcome to ATL. Welcome to Atlanta Drive GC. Featuring an inspiring brand and dynamic logo that reflects Georgia’s rich golf history and the iconic city’s influence, Atlanta Drive GC will be teeing it up.

Justin Thomas, Patrick Cantlay, Lucas Glover, and Billy Horschel make up Atlanta Drive GC's inaugural roster.

The Players

It will be a star-studded group of 24 PGA TOUR players, divided into six four-player teams.

A diverse crew of accomplished superstars and budding young talent, all players will be mic’d up for matches, providing entertaining insight and banter throughout the two-hour competition.

Major Championship Wins
Weeks At No. 1
Tiger Woods
Jupiter, Florida

Tiger Woods is one of the greatest golfers in the history of the sport. Tiger has 82 PGA TOUR wins – tied first all-time with Sam Snead – and 15 majors, which is second only to Jack Nicklaus.

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Rory McIlroy
Holywood, Northern Ireland

Rory McIlroy has spent more than 100 weeks at World No. 1 during his career, and has four major titles and 24 PGA TOUR victories. Along with Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus, he is one of only three players to win four majors by the age of 25.

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Collin Morikawa
La Canada, California

Collin Morikawa won his maiden major title in 2020 at the PGA Championship and followed it up with another major triumph in 2021 at The Open – winning each event in his debut appearance.

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Matt Fitzpatrick
Sheffield, England

When Matt Fitzpatrick won the 2013 U.S. Amateur, he became the first English winner of the event since Harold Hilton in 1911. Born in Sheffield, England, Fitzpatrick is a big fan of the Premier League soccer team Sheffield United.

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Tom Kim
Seoul, South Korea

Tom Kim has burst onto the scene since joining the PGA TOUR in 2022, announcing his arrival at the Genesis Scottish Open with a solo third in the event before earning a signature win at the Wyndham Championship.

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Justin Thomas
Louisville, Kentucky

Justin Thomas became the eighth son of a PGA professional to win the PGA Championship when he lifted the Wanamaker Trophy in 2017. His father, Mike, is a retired PGA professional and his grandfather, Paul, was also a PGA pro.

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