The Shadow Creek Golf Club in Las Vegas is a notoriously difficult entry point. But for the blockbuster Tiger Woods vs. Phil Mickelson Showdown, viewers will be able to get a first-hand look at the action – at a price.
Turner Sports will produce the highly anticipated event and will distribute it through payment. per-view as well as a premium streaming service. "The Match" will be available live on TV, through streaming services and later through produced shows and highlight packages. Mickelson and Woods will compete against each other on Thanksgiving weekend, although the organizers did not announce the exact date and time.
Live pay-per-view coverage is broadcast through DirecTV and streamed through B / R Live and AT & T U-verse. HBO Sports and its 24/7 reality franchise document the start of the game. The Bleacher Report and its "House of Highlights" offer comprehensive highlights and content behind the scenes. TNT will also broadcast selected parts of the showdown in the weeks following the live competition. Turner International will also stream outside the United States.
A WarnerMedia release confirmed that they would play for $ 9 million while teasing the possibility of some in-game betting. "As part of the live event, both Woods and Mickelson will compete selectively during the game, for example, Woods or Mickelson could raise stakes by challenging the others during a hole against a long-distance, pin-like or similar competition, while they play their match, donating money to the charity of the winning golfer. "The release said.
Pay-per-view prices for the event are not yet available and will be announced closer to the event.