In a quiet moment in the Shadow Creek locker room a few days prior to their $9 million match, Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods both said they contemplated playing in the 2018 Shriners Open.
Bleacher Report is offering a refund to those who experienced technical difficulties during the Phil Mickelson-Tiger Woods pay-per-view match in Las Vegas.
Just when you thought the $9 million, winner-take-all, made-for-pay TV golf match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson couldn’t get any more surreal it did.
Bleacher Report Live showed the golf showdown between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for free after a technical glitch.
Phil Mickelson made a $9 million birdie putt under the lights at the exclusive Shadow Creek Golf Club on a makeshift fourth playoff hole to beat Tigers Woods in a match-play clash.
Shadow Creek has seen its share of golf spectacles in recent years, with the Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational golf tournament drawing elite athletes from across the sports world.
If you buy the Turner Sports-produced pay-per-view telecast of the Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson $9 million winner-take-all match at Shadow Creek, Mickelson says you can expect unprecedented coverage elements and technology, interactivity, smack talk and more.
The biggest golf match to hit Las Vegas happens Friday in North Las Vegas.
Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will soon take the stage at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas to face off against one another in a match play setting.
Beyond the fact nobody with a clue believes the duel golf match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickeslon on Friday at Shadow Creek is winner-take-all, it’s not as much a sham as it is sad.