TGL announced Full Swing on Wednesday as its official technology partner. Full Swing is a maker of golf simulations and provides a majority tech solutions to TGL’s innovative gaming.
Full Swing, which is the official golf simulator licensee for the PGA Tour and has TGL players Tiger Woods and Jon Rahm as endorsers, was a logical company to integrate into the development of TGL’s gameplay technology in the last year.
Woods, TMRW Sports co-founder and TGL player, said: “When I started to look at the technology needed to make TGL real, I knew Full Swing was the company I would feel comfortable working with in order to provide the best possible experience for both players and viewers.” “I have been using Full Swing products for over ten years and they are always innovating to improve the user experience. I use their product at home and the range.” It is because of this that I have chosen Full Swing as the company to power TGL’s gaming platform.
Full Swing will drive the TGL gaming experience. This will ultimately feature over 10 technology elements. TGL teams can also warm up for matches on Full Swing Pro 2.0 simulators, which feature a customizable driving course.
Ryan Dotters is the CEO of Full Swing. He said, “Our entire product line, including our KIT launch monitor and Virtual Green, which can change the type of putts that players face, will be represented by TGL.” We’re customizing and supersizing several software platforms and tech solutions to meet the unique needs of the league.
TGL is a primetime golf league combining technology and live action. Teams of PGA Tour players will compete in a specially-built arena at Palm Beach, Florida in a series of matches that begin in January 2024. Twelve players have already committed to play in TGL, including Woods Rahm Schauffele Justin Thomas Collin Morikawa Matt Fitzpatrick Justin Rose Adam Scott Max Homa Ricky Fowler Billy Horschel.
TGL has also released its first new renderings since the Tour Championship announcement a year earlier.