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Tiger Woods v Phil Mickelson streaming glitch leads to refunds for viewers

The match play exhibition at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas was priced at $19.99 but executives were forced to make the event available free via a live stream after technical difficulties prevented some users from accessing the feed.

Phil Mickelson beats Tiger Woods in $9m winner-take-all match

With the match all square through regulation, Phil Mickelson sealed the win at the fourth hole of a sudden-death playoff when he drained a four-foot birdie putt.

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Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson match will be unique experience for viewers

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson will compete in "The Match" at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, a $9 million winner-take-all event that will air on pay-per-view.

Win over Tiger Woods worth more than $9 million, says Phil Mickelson

Bragging rights will be worth more than the $9 million prize money to Phil Mickelson when he takes on Tiger Woods in an 18-hole winner-takes-all pay-per-view showdown in Las Vegas.

Phil Mickelson trying not to look ahead at another US Open chance

Phil Mickelson didn't win a major until he was 33 and in his 12th full year on the PGA Tour. In 26 appearances at US Open, he has finished runner up six times.

Virat Kohli, MS Dhoni feature in ESPN World Fame 100 list; Cristiano Ronaldo takes top spot

According to ESPN World Fame 100, Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni are among the top-20 biggest names in the world of sports with Cristiano Ronaldo at the top.

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Tiger Woods' best golf will never be repeated, says Phil Mickelson

The once icy relationship between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson has thawed since they hit their 40s, and they appeared genuinely pleased to be grouped together for the Players Championship.

When Phil Mickelson dismissed Shubhankar Sharma as member of media

Shubhankar Sharma, 21, is one great round from becoming the youngest winner of a World Golf Championships (WGC) event, as well as the first to win in his first WGC start.

Ted Potter outplays Dustin Johnson to win Pebble Beach

Ted Potter Jr. wound up winning by three shots over Dustin Johnson (72), Phil Mickelson (67), Jason Day (70) and Chez Reavie (68). He finished with a par to finish at 17-under 270.

Lefty looks to streak ahead

Mickelson has given himself a chance of winning a sixth major title as he trails tournament leader Rory McIlroy.

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