Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Make $200,000 Side Bet Ahead Of 1-On-1

Golf icons Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are set to go one-on-one this Friday, November 23 at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, with $9 million on the road in a winner-take-all showdown. However, the 2 legends have additionally determined so as to add at the very least one $200,000 facet guess on the primary gap as a result of, why not?

Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Make $200,000 Side Bet Ahead Of 1-On-1

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During a information convention on Tuesday at Shadow Creek, Mickelson flirted with the thought of facet bets which might be to be a part of the pay-per-view occasion, which is ready to start at three pm ET. Naturally, Tiger boosted the stakes. 

Additionally, each Woods and Mickelson have agreed to be miked up for the occasion. Mickelson advised Golf.com’s Alan Shipnuck, “You will hear plenty of the feedback that you simply don’t hear on common TV. We each like to speak smack, and we each have enjoyable with what we’re doing. And the truth that this isn’t an official match, that it’s only a head-to-head match, you’ll hear a number of the little nuances, a number of the little issues that you simply don’t usually decide up.”

According to ESPN, Woods is presently favored (-200) on the Westgate Las Vegas. The stay occasion can be broadcast on PPV for $19.99. It might be ordered via main cable suppliers, together with AT&T’s DirecTV, U-Verse, Verizon and Comcast. 

Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson Make $200,000 Side Bet Ahead Of 1-On-1

(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images for The Match)