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Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy’s TGL golf league could be delayed after the Florida venue collapsed on Tuesday night.

The roof of the SoFi Centre in Palm Gardens Beach suffered damage as a power outage meant the dome had to be deflated.

Nobody was injured in the incident, but the air-supported section of the indoor golf studio was damaged.

A TGL representative issued a statement, although was unable to confirm whether the event will have to be pushed back from its January 9 start.

The statement read: “An overnight failure to the temporary power system used during the construction phase caused deflation and damage to the air-supported dome section of the site.

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“At this time, while we assess the damage, it is too early to determine the impact on our timelines. There were no injuries, and no technology was impacted. Other work on site is continuing.”

On the campus of Palm Beach State College, the host building is approximately 250,000 square feet and includes an oversized simulator with a 64 by 46 feet screen.

The goliath screen will allow players to hit shots from around 35 yards away, as well as from greens and bunkers.

Mimicking outdoor conditions, the $50 million plus tech-infused suite will host up to 1,600 spectators as 24 PGA Tour players face off in match play.

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Six teams of four players will play across Monday nights into late March, as teams progress from regular season matches into a single elimination play-off format.

Jon Rahm announced yesterday that sponsors and family time resulted in his withdrawal last week, but the likes of McIlroy and Woods will be in action.

McIlroy will be joined by Adam Scott, Tyrrell Hatton and Keegan Bradley on Boston Common Golf, while Woods will own and play for Jupiter Links GC.

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John Turnbull A graduate of the University of Stirling, John joined the bunkered team in 2023 as a Content Producer, with a responsibility for covering all breaking news, tour news, grassroots content and much more besides. A keen golfer, he plays the majority of his golf at Falkirk Golf Club. Top of his 'bucket list' is a round of Pebble Beach... ideally in the company of Gareth Bale.

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