Colin Morikawa (USA) and Adam Scott (Australia) will participate in a screen golf league jointly created by Tiger Woods (USA) and Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland).
According to a report by Sports Illustrated on the 25th (Korean time), Morikawa and Scott have decided to join the TGL, a screen golf league to be launched in January next year. Screen Golf League TGL is a new golf league created by TMRW Sports, a joint venture between Woods and McIlroy.
TGL, where 6 teams of 3 PGA Tour players compete in screen golf, is scheduled to hold 15 tournaments every Monday.
It is expected to become a new profit-oriented golf league with advanced IT technology combined with a structure in which the top players selected and selected play games on Mondays when PGA Tour tournaments are not held and share a large amount of prize money.
In particular, TGL drew attention as it would serve as a window for financial compensation for top players who resisted the temptation of LIV golf and remained on the PGA Tour. Woods and McIlroy are leading the way in defending the PGA Tour against LIV Golf.
Scott was once rumored to be transferring to LIV Golf, but he has recently been reborn as a key player in the PGA Tour ‘remaining group’ by clearly expressing his intention to remain on the PGA Tour and praising the leadership of Woods and McIlroy. 바카라사이트
With the joining of Morikawa and Scott, TGL has secured four top-level major championship champions following Justin Thomas (USA) and John Lam (Spain). Scott has won 14 PGA Tour events, including the 2013 Masters, and has risen to No. 1 in the world rankings.
Morikawa, who won five times on the PGA Tour, won major tournaments twice, including the PGA Championship and the Open.