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Tee it up team it up
How does it work?
Up until now a professional player’s season is made of individual stroke play tournaments. We give players the opportunity to compete differently.
If players desire to do so, they can make the choice to represent a team playing with their teammates and competing in match play.
Players, male and female, coaches, golf courses, and fans finally get the opportunity to become ONE and turn into a professional sports team, sharing values, goals, experiences… and sweat in victories as well as defeats.
A team’s lineup for any regular tournament is 6 professional players (4 men and 2 women).
Players as well as Teams will rank in stars to differentiate the favourites from the underdogs. Who will you cheer for?
The League will start in Europe.
What are the benefits of teaming up?
Everything is amplified, players' emotions and fans' engagement. The power of attraction increases.
What are the benefits of a match play format?
It’s more dynamic and plays faster. There is more drama with wins and losses, more celebrations and display of emotions in general. Plus incredible business opportunities...
Where will competitions take place?
On the best golf courses in Europe first, and then in the world.
How many players per team?
Each team will bring 6 players to every tournament, including male and female golfers. Team it up!
Which are the main differences between stroke play and match play?
In stroke play… well if you know, you know, and if you don’t know, there’s a reason why you don’t and it most likely is because of it being difficult and boring. In match play, a player (A) compares his score hole by hole to his rival (player B) and adds up the holes won during the round. The match ends when a player’s advantage is greater than the number of holes left to play in a round.
How will players compete in teams?
There will be doubles and singles, each win will be worth one point towards the overall match, the team with most points wins and advances in the tournament bracket.
Can a player play for different teams in a year?
No! A professional player must at least finish the ongoing season representing the same team.