Want to score tickets to see Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson face off in November? You’re probably out of luck.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, tickets are not being sold for the match and only a small group of sponsors and VIPs will be with the cameras.
The match is “believed to be the first televised pay-per-view golf event” and WarnerMedia holds the rights to the broadcast.
Another part of the report: The match won’t be played in primetime, even though Mickelson alluded that a night match could happen.
The match is a $9 million winner-take-all event that will take place Nov. 23 at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas.
It was made official in August, when Woods tweeted out a graphic advertising the event.