Virtual Golf League Featuring Woods and McIlroy Postponed for a Year

The Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy’s simulator golf league launch has been delayed until 2025 due to a power outage causing damage to the Florida-based venue. The TGL was set to begin play on Jan. 9 with six four-player teams of PGA Tour players, including Woods and McIlroy. McIlroy expressed mixed feelings of disappointment and excitement about the postponement, emphasizing the importance of no injuries resulting from the incident. The SoFi Center, where the league will play, is a large venue with advanced technology and a capacity of approximately 1,600 people. The TGL was announced in 2022 as a made-for-TV golf league from Woods and McIlroy’s TMRW Sports venture. Billionaire Alexis Ohanian expressed support for the delay and anticipation for an even bigger and better debut in 2025. Despite the delay, the league plans to continue building and preparing for its inaugural season.