Shonda Rhimes is taking her love of golf to another level as the latest investor in the innovative tech-focused golf league.

On June 14, Rhimes announced the exciting news on her Instagram page.

“I’m beyond excited to announce my involvement as the newest owner of Los Angeles Golf Club, the inaugural team in the @tglgolf league,” she captioned her post. “I can’t wait to bring my passion for golf to this incredible venture. Joining this team is an honor and, as someone who believes in the power of storytelling and community, I’m eager to see how we can elevate the game together. Let’s tee off on this new journey. We are LAGC. #Wearelagc #LosAngelesGolfClub.”

The league was created by TMRW Sports, a business founded by former NBC Sports executive Mike McCarley and his partners Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, in collaboration with the PGA Tour. According to the company’s website, the league’s mission is to use technology “to build progressive approaches in sports, media, and entertainment.”

Rhimes and one of her three daughters began golfing when they moved to Connecticut. To Rhimes’ surprise, she was pretty good at the sport.

“I don’t know how to do anything halfway,” she told The Hollywood Reporter. “It helped that I’m sort of naturally good at it, which is not something that I expected. So, then it was sort of like, ‘Well, I’m born to do this.'”

Other investors include tennis legends and sisters Venus and Serena Williams, professional golfer Michelle Wie West and elite soccer player Alex Morgan.

The first season launches in January 2025 via ESPN and streaming platform ESPN+. The games will take place in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida at the “custom-built SoFi Center,” per The Hollywood Reporter. In addition, the Los Angeles Golf Club pledged that 10 percent of all sponsorship funds will be donated to “community-based programs” across the Southern California region.