Patrick Cantlay, Billy Horschel and Lucas Glover are teaming up with Justin Thomas on Atlanta Drive Golf Club for the first season of TGL, the new simulator golf league coming in 2024.
The Drive are the second of six teams to unveil their complete four-man roster for 2024. Boston Common will have TGL co-founder Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland, Keegan Bradley, Tyrrell Hatton of England and Adam Scott of Australia.
The team is owned by Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank. The other four teams will represent Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Jupiter, Fla.
Thomas was the first player to be assigned to a TGL team, joining Atlanta Drive GC last month. And though Cantlay, the No. 5 player in the world, is from California, the other three Drive members have connections to the Southern U.S.
Thomas is from Kentucky, Horschel hails from Florida and Glover is a South Carolina native.
The Drive feature a two-time major champion in Thomas and the 2021 FedEx Cup champion in Cantlay. Horschel has won seven times on the PGA Tour and Glover has won six, including in back-to-back weeks late in the 2022-23 regular season.
“It’s an honor to join Atlanta Drive GC and represent a great organization, city and fan base,” Horschel said in a news release.
“I’ve been fortunate to develop a relationship with Mr. Blank and AMB Sports and Entertainment over the years — I love their passion to be the best at everything they do both on and off the field. They are bringing this same energy and enthusiasm to Atlanta Drive GC. I look forward to competing alongside my teammates in this innovative new format and creating a new legacy of success for Atlanta. I can’t wait to get started!”
–Field Level Media
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