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For generations of golf fans everywhere, we're a new team where everyone's welcome.


We're reimagining how and where the game is played. For all to enjoy.



A new prime-time golf league that fuses technology and live action with teams of PGA TOUR stars where six clubs compete in head-to-head match play. With our season beginning in January 2025, every shot will be shown live within a two-hour, prime-time televised match.


Formed by Seven Seven Six founder Alexis Ohanian and joined by Serena Williams and Venus Williams. Our team consists of four PGA TOUR athletes including Collin Morikawa, Sahith Theegala, Justin Rose, and Tommy Fleetwood. Be the first to find out more about our team by signing up here for news and alerts.


We play our game in parking lots and studio lots. In stadiums and skate parks. In golf sims and on grass. From country clubs to social clubs. We'll compete in Palm Beach, FL while using technology to bring golf closer to our fans at home. Committed to our community. Accessible for everyone.

Player Roster


Collin Morikawa has arrived as golf's next superstar. Already a two-time major champion and Olympian at just 27, Collin has matched historical performances with one of the most genuine and relatable personalities in professional sports.

After putting the golf world on notice in 2020, Collin cemented his place in the history books in 2021. With his win at the 2021 WGC-Workday Championship at The Concession, Collin joined Tiger Woods as the only players to have won a major and a WGC title before the age of 25.

After top-10 performances at both the 2021 PGA Championship and U.S. Open, Collin joined the exclusive club entitled Champion Golfer of the Year with his commanding performance at the 2021 Open Championship. This again linked Collin with Tiger as they are now the only two players to have won both the PGA Championship and Open Championship before the age of 25.

Collin's win at the Open Championship carries further significance. He is the only player in history to win a major in his first attempt twice (his starts at the 2020 PGA Championship and 2021 Open Championship were his first ever in each respective tournament).

Moreover, he reached multiple major victories in the fewest starts in the modern era, winning two major titles in just eight major championship starts. With two wins and four top-10s in his first eight starts, Collin's performance on golf's biggest stages is unparalleled.

Collin became the first American to win the European Tour's Race to Dubai in commanding fashion as he came from 3 strokes back to win by 3 at the 2021 DP World Tour Championship and further established his international credentials by picking up his 6th PGA TOUR win at the ZOZO Championship in Japan.

At the 2020 PGA Championship, Collin hit one of the most iconic shots in major championship history en route to victory with his sensational drive at the par-4 16th hole, which set up an eagle that cemented his place as a major winner.

His two-shot win at Harding Park also carried historic significance, as he joined Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy as the only 23-year-olds to win the Wanamaker Trophy.


Tommy Fleetwood is one of Europe's leading golfers, having achieved success internationally as a four-time European Tour winner and a Ryder Cup player.

Born on January 19, 1991, in Southport, a coastal town in the north west of England renowned as a popular golfing area, Tommy first took up the game at his local municipal course before showing promise as a junior at Formby Hall under the tutelage of Norman Marshall.

He went on to enjoy a decorated amateur career, finishing runner-up in the 2008 Amateur Championship and representing Great Britain & Ireland in the 2009 Walker Cup before turning professional the following year.

In 2011, he became the youngest player to win the European Challenge Tour Rankings at the age of 20 years and 290 days after earlier winning the Kazakhstan Open.

He claimed his first European Tour title in 2013 at the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles, and finished inside the top 50 on the Race to Dubai for four consecutive seasons before landing his second title in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship in 2017, finishing a shot clear of Dustin Johnson and Pablo Larrazábal.

That victory was the catalyst for a superb 2017 season as he finished runner up in the WGC-Mexico Championship, fourth at the U.S. Open and won a maiden Rolex Series title in the Open de France, breaking into the top ten on the Official World Golf Ranking.

Tommy went on to finish the year as Europe's Number One player, winning the European Tour's Race to Dubai crown ahead of fellow Englishman Justin Rose, receiving the prestigious Seve Ballesteros Award as Player's Player of the Year.

He successfully defended his Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship title in 2018 and he came agonisingly close to a first major championship when he finished runner up in the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills, posting a final round 63 - the equal lowest in a U.S. Open and the lowest final round in any major championship - to finish one shot behind Brooks Koepka.

Tommy made a record-breaking Ryder Cup debut at Le Golf National in France that September, winning four points out of four alongside his friend Francesco Molinari en route to a memorable 17½-10½ victory for Team Europe.

A husband and a father, Tommy launched the Tommy Fleetwood Golf Academy in May 2019 to give kids the opportunity to take up golf and to widen the sport's appeal. His first Academy opened at Formby Hall.

In November 2019 Tommy beat Marcus Kinhult in a playoff to win the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City in South Africa. Featuring three eagles in one round and starting the final round six shots off the lead, he carded a seven-under 65 to finish on 12-under-par.

Tommy made his second appearance in Team Europe for the 2021 Ryder Cup in Wisconsin and in November 2022 he defended his title at the Nedbank Challenge again winning ahead of Ryan Fox.

TFA Dubai opened in November 2022 and is partnered by DP World as part of their performance centre at Jumeirah Golf Estates. It's success in the region has been huge and members have loved having Tommy as their local resident in Dubai.

In January 2023 Tommy was chosen by Luke Donald and Ryder Cup Team Europe to Captain the GB&I Team for the Hero Cup in Abu Dhabi, they lost unfortunately to Francesco Molinari's Team Europe but Tommy loved the experience and the team bonding that grew from the week.

Just eight months later, Tommy was part of the victorious Team Europe in the 2023 Ryder Cup and has started the 2024 season in style with victory at the Dubai Invitational.


From humble beginnings, Justin Rose has ascended to the peaks of professional golf. As a 17-year-old amateur, Justin burst onto the global golf scene with a T4 finish at the Open Championship. However, after 21 consecutive missed cuts to start his professional career, many doubted his resilience. Over the past 20 years, Justin has written one of the most complete resumes the world of golf has ever seen.

A winner of over 20 tournaments worldwide, Justin's accolades include winning the 2013 U.S. Open; winning the gold medal at the 2016 Olympic Games; being a six-time Ryder Cup member; becoming the 2018 FedExCup Champion; winning the 2007 European Tour Order of Merit, and most recently being named 2021 Recipient of the Payne Stewart Award.

Justin's consistent play saw him rise to #1 in the Official World Golf Ranking in 2018, joining an elite fraternity of only 24 players to have climbed to the top of golf's ranking system. Justin's warm and authentic personality makes him one of the game's greatest ambassadors and a true favourite of his peers and fans alike.

Born in South Africa, raised in England, and having lived much of his professional life in America and the Bahamas, Justin is a true global statesman. Justin and his wife, Kate, have two children, Leo and Charlotte, and are committed philanthropists. The Kate and Justin Rose Foundation, which was founded in 2009, promotes education, nutrition, and experiences for underprivileged youth. To date, they have provided more than 500,000 hunger free weekends, and more than 300,000 books to over 29,000 children in need in America.

Kate and Justin have also been immense advocates for Junior and Women's Professional Golf. In 2020 when Covid-19 closed sporting opportunities for women, they created the Rose Ladies Series with their own money, which has enabled LET Pros and leading amateurs to continue their golfing careers during the pandemic and has continued into this year. With the vision of encouraging and growing golf at grassroots levels, they have also been running and personally sponsoring the largest Junior Series across the UK.


Sahith Theegala is playing with the world's greatest golfers on the PGA TOUR, and every week the golf world is getting better acquainted with the friendly personality and nonstop work ethic that is winning him new fans every time he plays.

In September 2023, Sahith earned his first individual PGA TOUR win at the Fortinet Championship, a two-shot victory over the field. In the fall of 2022, he earned his first win at the QBE Shootout with Tom Hoge. In the 2021/2022 PGA TOUR season, Sahith's best finish was T2 at the Travelers Championship. He also finished T3 at the WM Phoenix Open, where he held the lead for the first three days, T5 at the Memorial, T7 at the Valspar Championship and T8 at the Sanderson Farms Championship. He finished in the top 30 on the FedExCup points list for the season, giving him entry to the majors and other elite events in 2023.

During the 2020/2021 season, Sahith played on both the PGA and Korn Ferry Tours, making the cut in 18 of a total of 24 events played. He finished high enough on the Korn Ferry Tour points list to earn PGA TOUR membership for the 2021/2022 season

Sahith was the leading college golfer in the United States in 2020, and only the fifth player to receive all three of the top golfer awards in one season: the Fred Haskins Award, the Ben Hogan Award and the Jack Nicklaus Award. This recognition made him a player to watch as he began his professional career in 2020 after graduation from Pepperdine University.

A four-year member of the Pepperdine golf team, Sahith gathered four individual tournament titles, including the Alister MacKenzie and Southwestern Invitational events in 2020. He was selected three times as an All-American, and he also had many impressive accomplishments in the highest levels of amateur competition. In 2020 he was the wire-to-wire winner of the Australian Master of the Amateurs tournament at Victoria Golf Club. He also was the champion of the 2019 Southern California Golf Association Amateur Championship, and had top ten finishes at the Western Amateur and Sahalee Players Championship. In 2017 Sahith played in the U. S. Open and PGA TOUR's Genesis Open as an amateur and was selected as a member of the 2018 Arnold Palmer Cup U.S. team.

Sahith is from Chino Hills, California, and now lives in Houston. He began his golf career early, exhibiting great skill and early abilities on the course. He was the champion of the prestigious international Junior World Golf Championship at ages 6, 8 and 10, and had numerous victories on the AJGA Junior circuits. By the end of high school he had played in three U.S. Junior Amateur Championships, and also won the 2010 Junior Masters.

Founding Investors

Serena Williams

As the world knows, Serena is more than a record-smashing, boundary-breaking tennis champion. Her achievements, on and off the court, make her one of the most recognizable names and faces in the world - the G.O.A.T.

Serena's lifelong passion for design led her to fashion school, which she attended in between winning Grand Slams. In 2018, she launched her own clothing line, S by Serena, designed to empower people to look and feel their absolute best.

Focused on investing in companies that embrace diverse leadership and opportunity, Serena is effecting change in the financial investments sector with her venture capital firm, Serena Ventures.

Multifaceted. Creative. Iconic. Serena is mama to Olympia, an entrepreneur, philanthropist, designer, daughter, sister, friend. She thrives in all of these roles and more.

Venus Williams

With 7 Grand Slam titles, 5 Wimbledon championships and 4 Olympic gold medals, tennis champion Venus Williams is arguably one of the most accomplished and inspiring women in the history of sports.

In addition to her accolades on the court, Venus parlayed her fine-tuned business acumen with her healthy competitive spirit to launch several successful businesses. Throughout her career, Venus has been a steadfast advocate for equality.

In 2007 it was her unwavering fight which led Wimbledon to award women players the same pay as their male counterparts and in 2021, she launched an awareness initiative called the #PrivilegeTax in conjunction with EleVen to bring attention to the wage inequality and unveiled a platform of resources for young women to get inspired and address the issue on a grassroots level.

Alexis Ohanian

Alexis Ohanian is a tech founder and venture capitalist. He co-founded Reddit, one of the largest websites in the U.S. currently valued at more than $10B.

In 2020 he founded Seven Seven Six, a new firm built like a technology company that deploys venture capital with over $780M assets under management. In 2022 he launched the 776 Foundation to support marginalized individuals and announced a $20M commitment to climate action through his new 776 Fellowship Program.

Ohanian is also an advocate for paid family leave and the lead founding investor in Angel City Football Club.

Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.

Olympia is the youngest owner in professional sports (Angel City FC) and now the youngest 2-team owner in professional sports. She'll be joined by her future sibling.


Alex Antetokounmpo

Alex Antetokounmpo is more than just a rising basketball star. As the youngest brother in the Antetokounmpo family, tying his Greek and American heritage are deeply important to him.

Using his platform to promote positive change, Alex is a role model for younger players and is dedicated to giving back. In addition to his basketball career, Antetokounmpo produces content for his YouTube channel where he features some of the top influencers in basketball in family friendly entertainment.

Combining a unique blend of talent, drive and passion, Alex has the potential to make a significant impact not only in the basketball world but also his community.

Alex serves on the Board of the Charles Antetokounmpo Family Foundation with his brothers, as they focus on sustainable social change that invests in local nonprofits and change-makers in Greece, Nigeria and the United States.

Alex is the Co-Founder of Ante, Inc., with investments in the Nashville Soccer Club, Candy Funhouse, Flexpopwer and more.

Giannis Antetokounmpo

Giannis Antetokounmpo, also known to the world as The Greek Freak, is one of the most decorated players in NBA history. Winning consecutive MVP awards in 2019 and 2020, along with his MVP award, he was also named the NBA Defensive Player of the Year in 2020, becoming only the third player after Michael Jordan and Hakeem Olajuwon to win both awards in the same season.

In 2021, he led the Bucks to their first NBA Championship in 50 years and was named Finals MVP. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest power forwards, a member of the NBA 75 list and one of the greatest European players of all-time.

Antetokounmpo and his Family founded the Charles Antetokounmpo Family Foundation in July of 2022 focused on sustainable social change that invests in local non-profits and change-makers in Greece, Nigeria and the United States.

Giannis is the Chairman and Co-Founder of Ante, Inc., as well as owner and investor in Nashville Soccer Club, Milwaukee Brewers, Candy Funhouse, Flexpower and more.

Kostas Antetokounmpo

Kostas, the third Antetokounmpo brother to be selected in the NBA draft, won an NBA Championship with the Lakers in 2020 and French LNB Pro A Championship with ASVEL in 2022.

Known for his defensive prowess and shot blocking abilities, Antetokounmpo currently plays for Panthanakios in Athens, Greece.

Kostas serves on the Board of the Charles Antetokounmpo Family Foundation with his brothers, as they focus on sustainable social change that invests in local nonprofits and change-makers in Greece, Nigeria and the United States.

Kostas is the Co-Founder of Ante, Inc., with investments in the Nashville Soccer Club, Candy Funhouse, Hellenic Winery and more.

Thanasis Antetokounmpo

An NBA Champion (2021) and Greek Basketball League Champion (2018, 2019), the eldest Antetokounmpo brother, Thanasis has inspired fans across the globe with his skill, hard work, determination and energy.

Through his ‘Thanalysis’ Podcast, Thanasis speaks with business leaders, artists, actors, musicians, and athletes about their journey, what motivates them and career advice for those looking to get ahead.

Along with his brothers Alex, Kostas and Giannis, the Family founded the Charles Antetokounmpo Family Foundation in July of 2022 focused on sustainable social change that invests in local non-profits and change-makers in Greece, Nigeria and the United States.

Thanasis is the Co-Founder of Ante, Inc., with investments in the Nashville Soccer Club, Flexpower, Candy Funhouse and more.

Alex Morgan

2x World Cup Champion, Olympic Gold Medalist & Entrepreneur. A blur on the pitch, Alex Morgan overwhelms defenders with her graceful yet attacking style, bringing defenses to their knees and fans to their feet.

Two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup Champion, Olympic Gold Medalist, UEFA Women’s Champions League Champion, and NWSL Champion, Alex is a proven winner at all levels. Businesswoman, author, social media phenom, marketing icon – she is all this and more, proof that Alex’s ability to inspire and excite fans stretches far beyond the pitch.

Alex is the leading founder of TOGETHXR, a lifestyle and media company with a focus on storytelling in sport, culture, fashion and activism. In 2023, Alex launched the Alex Morgan Foundation to help girls and women find confident paths forward in sport and in life.

As a mom to Charlie, Alex is tackling motherhood and continues to be a force on the pitch. This soccer mom is an inspiration to so many on how to embody strength, leadership, and grace.

Servando Carrasco

Servando Carrasco is a Mexican-American businessman and former professional soccer player. After being drafted by the Seattle Sounders in 2011 Servando went on to play 10 years in Major Leagues Soccer and served as a player representative for the MLSPA from 2016-2017.

Prior to his MLS years Servando obtained an undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and a focus in International Economics from UC Berkeley and has since graduated with an MS in Sports Management.

Servando and his wife, Alex Morgan have joined forces as angel investors in sports tech, SaaS, healthcare, and consumer brands for the past five years. Some of their most recent Trybe Ventures investments include Equip Health, Wildtype, TMRW, Rebelstork, and Brightwheel.

Michelle Wie West

Michelle Wie West is an LPGA icon and one of the biggest names in the sport. A five-time winner on the LPGA including the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open, Michelle has been a force on the LPGA since turning professional as a teen-phenom in 2005.

In 2023, Wie West became the tournament host of the Mizuho Americas Open, a first of its kind event format that combined LPGA and AJGA players in the same field creating an unprecedented week of education and access to inspire the next generation of LPGA Tour players.

As an advocate for diversity and inclusion, a philanthropist, entrepreneur and mother, Michelle is one of the most impactful females in the sport.

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