What is Tiger Jam? Everything You Need to Know About Tiger Woods’ Annual Charity Event

Published 11/14/2023, 10:56 PM EST

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The break from the greens is not a biggie for Tiger Woods, as even if his professional game on the greens is at a halt, the player himself is never out of the game. With TGL lined up for January and his TGR Foundation event confirmed for May, the golfing god already has a ‘jam-packed’ schedule. 

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While fans await the golfer’s return, news about Tiger Jam has hit the report-room slats, and as expected, we have reached the site to rescue. Here is a quick look at all that you need to know about Woods’ upcoming charity event. 

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In the dazzling city of Las Vegas, a buzz of excitement is surrounding the upcoming Tiger Jam event. Tiger Woods’ annual charity extravaganza is a two-day event for golf enthusiasts and VIP guests to live in a dynamic realm, both on and off the course. 

Blending live music, interactive golf exhibitions, and all-inclusive hospitality, the event plans to create an atmosphere of luxury and camaraderie. As the details unfold, it has now become clear that this is no ordinary affair. Tiger Jam aims to be the maker of some unforgettable moments while supporting a noble cause—the TGR Foundation. Woods’ run charity house focuses on providing educational opportunities for underprivileged students, and all the collections made from Tiger Jam are promised to this cause.

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TGR Live has posted about the details related to the venue— Shadow Creek—and dates on their X handle. The event is presented by DraftKings and attracts a mix of audiences. This upcoming year, the festival is going to be held on April 29 & 30. 

While the world of golf awaits the next Tiger Woods news, here is a look at what January will bring in the sack. Woods and Rory McIlroy‘s TGL is all set to make a pro debut. 

What does TGL have in the bag for the world of golf?

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TGL is going to change the way golf is viewed. It isn’t uncommon for the world of golf to be in a constant slide of transition, where every maiden event offers something new and unique. So, Woods and McIlroy’s tech-savvy League is not going to be any different. For the first time, the golf silo will stand witness to a PGA Tour pure roster play an event with mics that tell the fans the exact thoughts of the players while they take a shot. 

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Not just that, the virtually played League’s selling point is the timed shot. PGA Tour has been trying to incorporate the shot clock for a very long time, and TGL is professionally going to be a ground that will have the shots timed. So, this comes as a good starter for PGA Tour players to get used to the nerves, as after looking at TGL, the PGA Tour is also going to add a shot clock. 

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Tiger Woods has been wearing many hats when it comes to golf and the golfing world. Before the debut of the summer event, there is another creation of Woods that will go on floors this January. TGL might become a game-changer for the world of golf. Do you think the same? Let us know your thoughts on TGL’s format and play in the comments below.

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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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