Sports Woods, Mickelson working on new date for $10-million match play battle

16:46  06 july  2018
16:46  06 july  2018 Source:   thescore.com

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Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are planning on playing some high-stakes golf for the world to see.

The former enemies (and current friends), almost participated in a prime-time special - a $10-million, winner-take-all, 18-hole match play event July 3 in Las Vegas - but are instead working on a different date, according to Alan Shipnuck of Golf.com.

Mickelson floated the idea at a press conference during The Players, where Woods responded he's on board for the competition against Lefty, saying they'll play for "whatever makes him uncomfortable."

While both players have earned their fair share of dough through their historic PGA Tour careers, Mickelson isn't sneezing at the price tag of the proposed event.

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"It's a ridiculous amount of money," Mickelson said. "No matter how much money you have, this amount will take both of us out of our comfort zone."

Tiger and Phil have been linked at the hip for decades, and while their relationship hasn't always been smooth-sailing, their names always generate the most buzz. The pair going head-to-head with money on the line in a televised event would be must-see.

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