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Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods are planning to participate in an 18-hole, one-on-one exhibition match with $10 million at stake, according to a report from Golf.com on Friday.
The web site reported that the match was originally scheduled for July 3 but could not be finalized. Mickelson told Golf.com that he and Woods are working to finalize a new date.
The article goes on to state the following:
“As we’ve developed a good relationship, we’ve started to collaborate on some other things that have allowed us to achieve things that we couldn’t do on our own,” Mickelson told the outlet. “Like this match. I couldn’t do it on my own. He couldn’t do it on his own. But together, we’re [trying] to create something pretty special.”
Golf.com describes the prospective event as a “made-for-TV match” that would be broadcast on a major network and involve multiple corporate entities. The web site reported that the match will likely take place at a Las Vegas golf course and that both Mickelson and Woods are open to wearing microphones during the competition.
“You will hear a lot of the comments that you don’t hear on regular TV,” Mickelson told Golf.com.
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