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TGL welcomes Boston team to the league

After the announcement earlier in the month that the Los Angeles Golf Club had become the first franchised team to join the new TGL golf league, we've now been informed about who's next. The answer is Boston, who'll be owned by Fenway Sports Group.

It becomes the second official team in a lineup that will eventually include six teams in total. Of course, the Boston team will not only represent the city but also the New England region.

Boston's official logo and name will be confirmed later in the year.

Fenway Sports Group Principal Owner John Henry and Chairman Tom Werner said: “We are excited for this new journey as one of the six inaugural TGL teams in honour of a city whose love and passion for sports is unparalleled. Through this new, tech-focused version of the game, New England sports fans will soon have a team of world-class PGA TOUR players to cheer for and redefine for this community what it means to play the game in the modern era.

"We owe tremendous thanks to Tiger, Rory, and Mike for creating this innovative new league and allowing us to be present at its creation. We are excited to reveal more details later this summer and fall when we’ll unveil an official name and team members who will represent this great city and region.”

TGL is the new, exciting, hi-tech indoor golf league created by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy in partnership with the PGA Tour and is set to launch in January 2024. The 'tech infused' league will pit six teams of three players against each other in a custom-built arena that 'will combine a data-rich virtual course with a state-of-the-art short game complex.'

There are already a host of big stars in the world of golf signed up to join the inaugural season of the new league, including John Rahm, Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler, Adam Scott and Collin Morikawa amongst others.

The first-ever TGL season is due to tee off in January 2024 and will include a 15 match season with playoffs and a championship match.



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