Sports Mickelson teases 1-on-1 match with Tiger

10:25  30 march  2020
10:25  30 march  2020 Source:   thescore.com

Tiger puts golf into perspective: 'A lot more important things in life'

  Tiger puts golf into perspective: 'A lot more important things in life' Tiger Woods put the cancellations of PGA Tour events and the postponement of the Masters Tournament into perspective Monday in his first public statement on the coronavirus pandemic. "There are a lot more important things in life than a golf tournament right now, Tiger wrote on Twitter. "We need to be safe, smart, and do what is best for ourselves, our loved ones, and our community." Woods was expected to defend his 2019 Masters title in three weeks, but he'll now have to wait much longer after the season's first major was put on hold indefinitely.The 44-year-old has not played since the Genesis Invitational in February.

Phil Mickelson is ready to put his money where his mouth is when he faces off against Tiger Woods in "The Match .".

Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods continue preparation for their head-to-head Match the day after Thanksgiving. HBO's 24/7 offers an inside look at their

  Mickelson teases 1-on-1 match with Tiger © Harry How / Getty Images Sport / Getty

Phil Mickelson generated some buzz Sunday night with golf on pause.

Mickelson made waves when he sent a cryptic reply to a Twitter user who asked for a one-on-one match between Lefty and Tiger Woods.

Mickelson appeared to double down when asked if he was serious.

Mickelson and Woods previously faced off in "The Match" in November 2018 at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas. The televised event included a $9-million prize for the winner, and Mickelson took the title from his old-time rival in a playoff.

The PGA Tour has been on pause since the cancellation of The Players Championship earlier in March. All events through May 17, including the Masters and PGA Championship, have been either canceled or postponed.

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Florida man sues Tiger, caddie over shoving incident at 2018 Valspar .
A Florida man is suing Tiger Woods and his caddie, Joseph LaCava, for injuries suffered during an alleged shoving incident at the 2018 Valspar Championship, according to the Tampa Bay Times' Matt Baker. The accuser, Brian Borruso, is alleging that LaCava pushed him, causing him to "stumble and fall into the crowd of spectators” after Woods' ball landed over the green and wound up in the gallery, according to Baker. Borruso claims he was attempting to take a selfie with Woods when LaCava pushed him.

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