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Latest Tiger Woods Update Completes the Full Circle Serena Williams’ Husband Painted With a Certain LPGA Legend

Published 09/30/2023, 2:30 PM EDT

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TGL’s Los Angeles Golf Club seems to be coming together well. LAGC owners Serena Williams, her husband Alexis Ohanian, and sister Venus Williams have been working toward creating a team worth putting on a massive show in January 2024. A former pro who recently took retirement from golf for good has been in the headlines for her cross-sports interests, ranging from football to pickleball and even tennis.

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The 33-year-old golfer made news after her tennis skills subtly were commended by the former WTA queen’s husband, and at that time, the two seemed to have hit a start to something big. Where fans suspected a collaboration between the two, the end results have now been revealed. Things indeed have come full circle. 

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Speculation and fan theories have always been prevalent in the world of sports. In early August, when the Reddit co-founder replied to Michelle Wie West’s Instagram story of her playing tennis and appeared to give her a nod of approval, the fans speculated something was cooking between the two. Alexis Ohanian responded to West, stating that he and his wife could use her help in their LAGC team in the TGL. At that time, West replied with an excited, “I got you,” creating excitement among golf fans. 

Now, the news is finally out. On Friday, via LAGC’s Instagram, it was revealed that LPGA star Michelle Wie West and Alex Morgan, the United States Women’s National Soccer Team member, were going to join TGL’s LA franchise as investors. 


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The post stated, “We are thrilled to announce two new members of the @wearelagc ownership group. Alex Morgan and Michelle Wie West have officially joined as investors in the inaugural club of @tglgolf…”

The post removed all doubts and made it clear that Michelle Wie West was indeed going to be a part of LAGC, creating a full-circle moment for the fans. The good news for the TGL just doesn’t end here. Another massive partner’s name is doing the rounds.


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More good news for Tiger Woods as a $50b giant knocks on the door

Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy’s co-founded virtual golf league has reportedly secured a major media rights agreement with ESPN. The partnership is expected to increase TGL’s consumer reach and revolutionize the golfing experience. 

As per reports, the partnership between the two entities is expected to be announced soon, and both parties are going to benefit from the deal as it will give TGL access to ESPN’s broad audience and distribution channels while offering ESPN a unique golf competition to showcase to viewers. 


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The golf fans are anticipating an innovative TGL season, and thus, the buzz around the league has been high. Will this new method change golf’s playing and watching scenario for the sports community? And what exactly can the audience expect from it? Stay tuned to know what lies ahead. 

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Maheen Sajjad


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Maheen Sajjad is a golf writer at EssentiallySports. Having blazed through the ranks of the ES recruitment drive, Maheen has turned heads with her journalistic endeavor, which put her on the pedestal as an Editor for her college newsletter. Her journey into the world of golf began in the cozy confines of her home, where she watched her grandfather's weekend golf games.
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Prateek Srivastava