No tickets will be sold for Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson showdown, report says

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Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods (Getty Images)

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.