Tiger, Phil head-to-head slated for November


Mickelson told Golf.com's Alan Shipnuck, "You will hear a lot of the comments that you don't hear on regular TV".

The head-to-head battle is scheduled to take place in November at Shadow Creek.

Tiger vs Phil, the $10 million one-on-one golfing rivalry showdown teased for weeks, will now go down around Thanksgiving in Las Vegas.

The purse, according to Greenberg's report, is still being determined, but it previously was reported the winner-take-all stakes would be $10 million. These figures do not include the considerable amount of money both have earned through endorsements throughout their careers.

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"As we firm up more and more details we'll let everybody know, but right now we know it's going to be Thanksgiving weekend for sure", he said on Thursday at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational event at Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio.

Both Woods and Mickelson agreed to be miked up, creating a television experience that viewers do not get normally.

"It's a ridiculous amount of money".

What followed was a much-hyped about pairing for the first two rounds at The Players in May, and it was there at TPC Sawgrass that Mickelson first floated the idea.

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Both Woods and Mickelson are likely to participate in the fall's Ryder Cup in Paris.

To which Woods replied: "I'm definitely not against that".

"It's not there yet, but certainly we are working on it and trying to make it happen".

Masters champion Patrick Reed said during last month's Scottish Open that it would be "just kind of an exhibition" unless Mickelson and Woods were playing for their own money, but Mickelson indicated that would not be the case.

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