The TGL golf league, founded by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, has postponed its debut by one year. The owners and key partners have decided to wait until 2025 to ensure the dome portion of the arena at Palm Beach State College is fully repaired before launching the event. The entertainment group, TMRW Sports, created TGL as a platform for 24 top players to compete in an indoor arena. According to McIlroy, the delay will allow them to return stronger and better prepared for their future competitions.
Meanwhile, in soccer news, Sergio Dest’s yellow cards forced the United States to play a man short in their 2-1 loss against Trinidad and Tobago in a Copa America qualifier on Monday night. Despite the loss, the Americans qualified for next year’s tournament after winning the total-goals series 4-2. Antonee Robinson scored in the 25th minute while Dest received two yellow cards in the 39th minute. Reon Moore and Alvin Jones scored for Trinidad and Tobago from which they won six years ago that ended United States’ streak of seven World Cup appearances. U.S captain Tim Ream revealed that there were “choice words” directed at Dest during halftime but he didn’t disclose any further details publicly.
In other sports news, the Associated Press reported that the United States finished their year with 11 wins, four losses and three draws across all competitions.