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Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson agree $10 million showdown

05 August 2018

Mickelson told Golf.com in July that he was negotiating with Woods for the winner-take-all bout. Any one-on-one match that takes place between the two would not happen before that, ESPN reported.

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are set to go head-to-head in a massive $10,000,000 showdown.

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.

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Woods has won more than $111 million in prize money on the PGA Tour alone in his career, while Mickelson has banked over $87 million on the USA circuit.

Woods, of course, is also playing in the upcoming WCG Invitational at Bridgestone over the weekend, as he looks to top his second-place finish at Valspar earlier this year.

The duo have been rivals for much of their careers, with Mickelson a long-time number two to Woods' domination as world No.1.

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"It took me a while to get comfortable with the idea of dancing on what would be on national television, but once I did, it was so much fun to shoot", Mickelson told ESPN.

The possibility of a contest between the former Ryder Cup team-mates has been mooted since the Players Championship in May, when they played the first two rounds at Sawgrass in the same group.

Asked about the November match after his round Thursday, Woods said: "I have nothing further to add to it".

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Both Woods and Mickelson are likely to participate in the fall's Ryder Cup in Paris. "We'll play for whatever makes him uncomfortable", he said. In the piece, Mickelson said, 'It's a ridiculous amount of money.

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson agree $10 million showdown