TGL Season Postponed Until 2025: Arena Damage Cancels Woods and McIlroy-Backed Tournaments

The TGL golf competition is a team-based event that will involve six teams of four players, and was set to be broadcast by ESPN on Tuesday nights. Unfortunately, the inaugural season has been delayed until 2025 due to damage to its planned venue in Florida.

The structure’s roof deflated due to a failure of the temporary power system and backup systems, leading to weather damage. This delay has caused more pressure on the ambitious schedule of the tournament, which was originally planned around participating players’ PGA Tour calendars and broadcast partner ESPN’s programming slate.

TMRW Sports chief executive Mike McCarley stated that their steadfast belief in the success of TGL and their alignment with the decision to postpone the inaugural season will allow them to regroup and return with the best product possible at their preferred time on the sports calendar. Rosalyn Durant, executive vice president of programming and acquisitions at ESPN, also commented that they have believed in them and their vision from the beginning, and that this additional time to plan, test, and rehearse will only make it better. They look forward to launching the inaugural season on ESPN.

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