Morikawa & Scott participated in the Screen Golf League, founded by Woods

Colin Morikawa (USA) and Adam Scott (Australia) were called by Tiger Woods (USA), the ‘Emperor of Golf’.

According to a report by Sports Illustrated on the 25th (Korean time), they decided to participate in a screen golf league that Woods created with Rory McIlroy (Northern Ireland), the world number one in men’s golf.

Screen Golf League TGL is a new golf league created by TMRW Sports, a joint venture between Woods and McIlroy. TGL, where 6 teams of 3 PGA tour players compete in screen golf, is scheduled to hold 15 tournaments every Monday.

On Mondays, when PGA Tour tournaments are not held, the top PGA Tour players compete and share a huge amount of prize money. Therefore, it is expected to become a lucrative golf league for players who resist the temptation of LIV Golf and remain on the PGA Tour. 토토사이트

Scott has been rumored to move to LIV Golf because of his friendship with Greg Norman (Australia), who is in charge of the head role of LIV Golf. However, he has recently made it clear that he intends to stay on the PGA Tour, and he is taking on the role of PGA Tour watchdog. Woods and McIlroy are active as PGA Tour guards.

Prior to Morikawa and Scott, Justin Thomas (USA) and Jon Rahm (Spain) had already decided to join. Coincidentally, these are all players who have won major tournaments. Scott, who is ranked first in the world, has 14 wins on the PGA Tour, including the Masters in 2013, and Morikawa, who has 5 wins on the PGA Tour, has won the PGA Championship and the Open.

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