Golf and sports fans in general got a shot of excitement on Sunday night when Phil Mickelson hinted at a rematch with Tiger Woods.
In a Twitter replay to Chris Yurko who asked Woods and Mickelson about playing a “round mic’d up with one camera guy and just put it out there on a stream for people to watch?” Mickelson replied with “working on it.”
Mickelson added, “I don’t tease. I’m kinda a sure thing.”
See the Twitter conversation above or below.
Sports fans around the country, and in some cases the world, have been desperate for any live sports action ever since all the major sports leagues shut down due to the threat of the spread of coronavirus.
It Is unclear when the match would take place as the PGA Tour is on hiatus through at least mid-May.
The Original Match
The original match between Woods and Mickelson took place in November of 2018 at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas.
Mickelson beat Woods in playoff and took home $9 million.
The match, which featured both Woods and Mickelson mic’d up and was broadcast on pay-per-view, got mixed reviews.