Prop Bets Released For The Highly Anticipated Tiger Vs. Phil MegaMatch

Last week it was revealed that Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson were putting together a $10 million dollar head to head match. It truly excited me and made me think of the old days with Shells Wonderful World of Golf. 

Details of the match have yet to be ironed out, but just today, Phil Mickelson stated that they are a week or two away from having everything finalized. Which leads to the betting odds. 

Vegas has already released prop bets in anticipation of the head to head match and here they are. Tiger is the early favorite at 2/3 with a projected 1.5 hole spread. 

Odds to Win the $10 Million Tiger-Phil Match:

Tiger Woods 2/3
Phil Mickelson 3/2

Total hole spread:

Tiger -1.5 holes

When will the match take place:

  • August: 12/1
  • September: 8/1
  • October: 5/2
  • November: 7/3
  • December: 5/1
  • 2019: 16/1

Which broadcast network will air the event?

  • ABC/ESPN 4/3
  • NBC/GOLF CHANNEL 3/1
  • CBS 4/1
  • FOX/FS1 19/1
  • Pay-per-view 24/1
  • Netflix 99/1
  • Amazon 149/1
  • Yahoo 149/1
  • Youtube 199/1
  • Field 199/1
  • Red 3/1
  • White 3/1
  • Black 4/1
  • Field 7/3

Phil's shirt color: (N

  • White 5/3
  • Black 5/2
  • Blue 4/1
  • Field 6/1

There should be bonus points for predicting the infamous button down polo

Odds of a hole-in-one by either player:

399/1

Odds a penalty stroke is assessed to either player:

25/1

How about odds Phil bats the ball?

Odds of being selected to play in the "Undercard" of Tiger-Phil:

  • Rory McIlroy: 4/1
  • Patrick Reed: 4/1
  • Dustin Johnson: 7/1
  • Rickie Fowler: 9/1
  • Jordan Spieth: 12/1
  • Sergio Garcia: 15/1
  • Brooks Koepka: 15/1
  • Michelle Wie: 24/1
  • John Daly: 24/1
  • Tony Romo: 39/1
  • Lexi Thompson: 39/1
  • Bill Murray: 49/1
  • John Smoltz: 49/1
  • Greg Norman: 59/1
  • Justin Timberlake: 74/1
  • Steph Curry: 99/1
  • Charles Barkley: 99/1
  • Aaron Rodgers: 124/1

Here's the thing, this event needs an undercard. As badass as it would be to watch these two duel on television, for the sake of television they need an undercard. There would be way too much time in between shots. Although perhaps that would be great for some between shot banter. Maybe they can just put Patrick Reed in the clubhouse and have a camera on him while he prank calls his parents. 

As always, thanks for reading and support us if you can, check out our merch!


Leave a comment