TWZ: Tiger Woods vs Phil Mickelson announce PPV tournament

Plus: New Raiders' stadium in Vegas will feature jail and courtroom

Wendy Adams
August 23, 2018 - 11:04 am



Woods vs Mickelson... but you'll have to pay to watch

A date for the 'Tiger Woods vs Phil Mickelson" golf tournament is now set as the following announcement was made on Twitter on Wednesday:

The $9 million winner-take-all event will be played on Friday, November 23 at the Shadow Creek Golf course in Las Vegas and broadcast on pay-per-view. Meaning, you will have to pay to watch it.

The question is: How much are you willing to pay to watch Tiger Woods take on Phil Mickelson? It's not exactly the greatest week/weekend for a golf tournament considering all the college and NFL football games on the slate.

According to feedback on our Facebook, you're not willing to pay much (or pay anything):

New Raiders' Stadium to feature its own jail and courtroom...

I guess Las Vegas is expecting the Oakland Raiders' fanbase to move with the team in 2020 because according to Las Vegas Locally, the team's brand-new stadium will feature a "small jail and courtroom for unruly fans."

The stadium will also have its own "area command" with dedicated officers like the Vegas Strip. The cops are planning to make examples out of rowdy fans right from the jump. Fans who are caught fighting may have their personal seat licenses and season tickets revoked.

And judging by this display from Week 2 of the preseason against the Rams, I don't think any of this is a bad idea: