Max Homa, Billy Horschel become latest signees to Tiger Woods’ ‘Monday Night’ TGL Golf League

Max Homa and Billy Horschel have become the newest additions to Tiger Woods' two year long project, the TGL.


Max Homa, Billy Horschel become latest signees to Tiger Woods’ ‘Monday Night’ TGL Golf League

Max Homa, Billy Horschel

Tiger Woods‘ new ‘Monday Night’ TGL Golf League is up and about in full swing, and ready to begin in 2024. The League has been signing on more and more golfers. Billy Horschel and Max Homa are now also a part of the league, sealing the deal just a few days ago.

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With the inclusion of Homa and Horschel, now 9 golfers are committed to the TGL, a primetime golf league in collaboration with the PGA Tour. The other players in the leagues include the likes of Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, and Rory McIlroy. Almost seven of the current top 20 players will be a part of the league.

Just amongst these 9 players, there is an incredible win record of 162 PGA Tour wins. Max Homa recently rose to world no. 13 after he won the Farmer’s Insurance Open. He became a fan favorite when he represented the USA at the Presidents Cup last year.

“I believe there is an opportunity to push the envelope for golf fans’ viewing experience. TGL is another example of how we can appeal to younger sports fans and TGL’s progressive approach with its use of technology will further elevate how sports fans engage with golf,” stated Homa about the TGL.

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Max Homa, and Billy Horschel join Tiger Woods’ two-year-long project

Max Homa, Tiger Woods
Max Homa, Tiger Woods

For Homa, there is nothing better than the TGL to help increase the appeal for golf.“I love the concept of TGL helping to broaden the appeal of the game we love to a wider spectrum of sports fans. From the first time I heard about it, I knew it was for me.”

Billy Horschel on the other hand rose to rank no. 19 after winning the Memorial. Horschel was also a part of the Presidents Cup, where he coincidentally matched up with Homa. “I have always enjoyed team and match-play formats, dating back to my days playing for the Gators. Being a part of a TGL team and competing in this format on a regular basis next year will hopefully play to my strengths,” he said.

“Competing in primetime in front of an audience will be a perfect environment for me as a passionate player who loves to feed off energy from the fans.” After 2 years of anticipation Tiger Woods and former Golf Channel president Mike McCarley announced the TGL, which will be looked forward to.

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