The purse is still being determined, but has been reported previously as a $10 million payout.
The wobbly dates of November 23 or November 24 have now been set for a clash of the two titans - box office-wise, at least - fittingly on the greens of Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, The Washington Post reported.
The epic golf showdown between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods now has a date and a course.
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Golf.com reported last month that the two sides were in negotiations for a "winner take all" match. In the article, Mickelson said, "It's a ridiculous amount of money".
The duo have been rivals for much of their careers, with Mickelson a long-time number two to Woods' domination as world No.1. While their relationship has gone through ups and downs, both players have softened a bit in recent years, and the two have been playing practice rounds together regularly this season, including this week ahead of the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. "We both like to talk smack, and we both have fun with what we're doing".
"The excitement that's been going on around here, it gets me thinking: 'Why don't we just bypass all the ancillary stuff of a tournament and just go head-to-head and just have kind of a high-stakes, winner-take-all match?" he said.
Woods, who serves on the US Ryder Cup committee with Mickelson, sounded like he was up for it. Woods is a vice captain for 2018 captain Jim Furyk and is fighting for one of the four at-large picks.