Phil Mickelson Teased Mic'd Up Round With Tiger Woods on Twitter

Ross Houston
March 31, 2020

Mickelson and Woods, who is waiting out golf's pandemic-imposed hiatus tied with Sam Snead for the most wins (82) in PGA history, have put on a similar event in the past.

Mickelson was asked on Twitter whether the pair would consider playing again for those missing their regular sporting action.

"Another user followed with a tweet saying 'please don't tease", to which Mickelson said that he was not teasing and was actually looking at a possibility of making it happen.

On Sunday, the United States extended its set of social distancing guidelines until April 30, which can potentially complicate any revenge, depending on its schedule.

"The Match" first down on Thanksgiving weekend in 2018 with Mickelson emerging victorious with the $9 million purse, amid several side bets.

The legendary 49-year-old revealed on Twitter that talks with the 15-time major champion are underway over a high-profile shootout, despite virtually all sports being dragged to a halt due to the spread of the coronavirus.

With any luck, Mickelson life up to his word, because this would be great.

Mickelson won his last major at the 2013 Open Championship at Muirfield and won the most recent of his 44 PGA Tour titles in February 2019.

Their first match was intended to be broadcast as a pay-per-view, but technical difficulties meant it was streamed for free via Bleacher Report Live (Bleacher Report is owned by AT&T, which also owns CNN).

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