The upcoming TGL golf league, founded by Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, has been postponed by one year. The league, which was set to debut at Palm Beach State College on January 9th, will now be delayed due to damage to the dome portion of the arena that cannot be repaired in time for the planned debut. Instead of rushing to have a partial schedule next year, owners and other key partners believe it’s best to wait until 2025 to ensure a successful launch.
Meanwhile, in international soccer news, Sergio Dest forced the United States to play a man short after receiving two yellow cards in a dispute with the referee during a match against Trinidad and Tobago. Despite losing 2-1, the United States qualified for next year’s Copa America due to winning the total-goals series 4-2. Antonee Robinson scored in the 25th minute and Dest received both yellow cards in the 39th. Trinidad got goals from Reon Moore and Alvin Jones, who also scored in the 2-1 win six years ago that ended the U.S.’s streak of seven World Cup appearances. U.S. captain Tim Ream revealed that there were “choice words” for Dest at halftime. “Not too many things I can say here publicly that we said privately,” Ream said. “It’s a complete lack of respect for guys on the bench, on the field.”
In conclusion, while some sports events may face delays or challenges, they continue to push forward with determination and perseverance towards their goals.