TGL League, the first steps for Tiger Woods
by ANDREA GUSSONI | VIEW 1774
Last August, Tiger Woods and Rory Mcilroy unveiled their new company, TMRW Sports, and the first venture managed through it, the TGL League. Since then, both realities have developed.
TGL League, situation
New investors have joined the initial promoters of the company Woods, McIlroy and McCarley (CEO of the company).
Investors are divided into two categories. CULTURAL ICON INVESTORS This group includes champions of multiple sports and show business personalities (TMRW's goal is to 'create pioneering enterprises that implement progressive approaches to various sports, media and technologies').
Basically we are talking about various testimonials who lend their image to promote that of TMRW. Carlos Sainz Jr., Lewis Hamilton, Larry Fitzgerald, Tony Romo, Justin Timberlake, Andy Murray, Serena Williams, Gareth Bale, Stephen Curry, to name a few.
INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS In this category we find a long series of companies involved in the various managerial and operational aspects of the company headed by the two creators of the project. But the gears of the TGL League have also begun to move.
The format, created jointly with the PGA Tour, saw the adhesions of two other top players. Adam Scott and Collin Morikawa join Justin Thomas and Jon Rahm, who joined TGL in November of last year. No news, however, about the characteristics of the format.
The TGL League tee shot remains fixed for the month of January 2024. The Rules of Golf are a set of standard rules and procedures by which the sport of golf should be played. They are jointly written and maintained by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St.
Andrews, the governing body for golf worldwide, outside of the United States and Mexico, which are governed by the United States Golf Association. An expert commission made up of members of the R&A and USGA, oversees and refines the rules every four years.
The latest revision has been in force since January 1, 2016. Changes to the rules of golf generally fall into two main categories: those that improve understanding and those that in certain cases reduce penalties to ensure balance.
The rule book, entitled "Rules of Golf", is published on a regular basis and also includes rules governing amateur status. In Italy it is up to Federgolf to supervise the competitions by enforcing the rules issued by the R & A, checking that these rules are observed by the Clubs, Associations and their members and manages the resulting sporting justice, protecting their interests abroad.