How much money does Tiger vs. Phil pay-per-view cost?

November 22, 2018

On Friday, November 23, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson face off in The Match, a 9 million, winner-take-all match play event at Shadow Creek Golf Club in Las Vegas, Nevada. The two legends of the modern era have been plotting the head-to-head showdown since earlier this year and have announced a unique pay-per-view format never before seen in golf. You can find out more about cost and how to watch the match below.

So how much will The Match cost?

The Match costs $19.99. That gets you access to the live stream as well as the ability to watch a replay for 48 hours after the event.

Where will The Match be played?

The Match will be played at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas. The ultra-exclusive MGM-owned Tom Fazio design is the highest-rated course in Nevada. You can learn more about it here.

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What time does The Match start?

The Match begins at 3:00 p.m. EST/12:00 p.m. PST. If you’re planning to order The Match, there are some things you may want to consider. For starters, the platform you purchase The Match on is the only place you’ll be able to watch it. That means purchasing a stream on a device will not work when you try cable.

How and where can you stream The Match?

Want to stream the match? Mobile, desktop and connected devices will offer plenty of options. The Bleacher Report app is available from the Apple App Store, Google Play Store, or on br.live.

A list of supported devices for B/R Live can be found here.

The build-up to The Match has intensified in the days leading up to the event. Both Woods and Mickelson arrived in Las Vegas early in the week and held a press conference on Tuesday. That led to plenty of humorous moments as well as some smack talk.

There were also a series of attention-grabbing photos taken in the lead-up to The Match. Two released on Wednesday featured Mickelson and Woods posing with a large pile of money. The two also agreed on the first side-bet of the week: Mickelson will win $200,000 if he birdies the first hole.