Are you ready for Tiger Woods versus Phil Mickelson, head to head in The Match of the Millennium of All Time Ever? If not, you better GET ready, because that sucker is coming up soon — Friday, November 23, 3 PM EST, at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas.
I mean, you’re not going to go all Grinch, like Rory McIlroy did, on us, are you?
“If they had have done it 15 years ago it would have been great, but I think nowadays it missed the mark a bit,” McIroy said when asked about watching the event this week.
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Plus, if you’re not planning on watching it, what are you going to do when the
marketing hype for The Match to End All Matches REALLY starts to ramp up?
Are you just going ignore pointless videos like one Tiger just made, critiquing NBA star Steph Curry’s golf swing? Especially when Tiger decides to talk a little sh*t to Curry, saying, “I’m looking forward to playing with you. Taking some cash off you too.”
I think NOT!
Of course, the two-time NBA Most Valuable Player didn’t take very long to respond to the challenge, tweeting, “I’m bringing the wallet as long as you’re giving up strokes. Invite @PhilMickelson too!”
Honestly, if they did throw Curry into the mix, raise the stakes to like $25 million, and make it a foursome with Michael Jordan, I might actually pay the $20 to watch The Match to Make Golf Great Again.