TGL team names and players: Everything you need to know

TGL team names, rosters and players ahead of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy's new golf league. 

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Mon, 13 Nov 2023
TGL team names and players: Everything you need to know

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy's golf league is shaping up. 

We now know what the TGL format will be and the PGA Tour stars are slowly being assigned to the teams. 

McIlroy's team - Boston Common Golf - was one of the first to be announced. That coincided with Jon Rahm backing out of TGL, citing commitment issues

The Northern Irishman will be joined by his Ryder Cup teammates Tyrrell Hatton, former Masters champion Adam Scott and another major winner in Keegan Bradley. 

Justin Thomas will represent the Atlanta Brave GC alongside Patrick Cantlay, Billy Horschel and Lucas Glover, while Collin Morikawa will be repping the Los Angeles-based outfit. 

Woods is the founder of Jupiter Links Golf Club. 

GolfMagic has got you covered with everything you need to know about TGL

Scroll down the page to find out the names of each team and the players representing each franchise. 

TGL teams, names, rosters

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Boston Common Golf

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Atlanta Drive GC

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Los Angeles Golf Club

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Jupiter Links Golf Club

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New York

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San Francisco

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What is TGL?

TGL is run by TMRW Sports, a technology-focused sports company cofounded by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy. 

The six teams of four players will compete against each other in a league format. Only three players compete in one event. 

At the time of publication, only five teams have been announced. 

The league has attracted investment from a number of high-profile sports stars such as NBA star Stephen Curry and tennis legend Serena Williams. Billionaires have also invested. 

TGL will be played indoors at the Sofi Center. ESPN broadcasts will last around two hours. Players will be mic'd up. The venue holds approximately 1,600 spectators.

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