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Old 08-23-2018, 11:26 PM
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$8.99 PPV cost
What a joke

It could cost a $1.00 and it would still be stupid

Actually, even on the golf channel or NBC, still a joke

Several cfb games either of those days I would rather "pay per view"

And I don't "pay per view" anything other than the cost of my cable bill
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Old 09-23-2018, 05:51 PM
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Woods -220
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Old 11-20-2018, 05:58 PM
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Mickelson bet $100,000 that he’ll birdie the first hole during The Match.

Tiger doubled it.
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Old 11-20-2018, 11:59 PM
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There’s no need to shell out $20 for “The Match” if you’re living in Vegas.

The Westgate, Caesars Entertainment sports books, the sports book at The Cosmopolitan and MGM Resorts sports books will show Friday’s Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson pay-per-view golf match for free.

Topgolf at MGM Grand is also hosting a watch party when the duo tees off at 12 p.m.
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Old 11-21-2018, 12:07 AM
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Not getting return on the investment?

Just a hunch.......
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Old 11-21-2018, 12:17 AM
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Side bets going to be flying. Side bets and them talking trash will be worth the cost alone. P.S. I'm not buying it. Fuck pay per view shit...
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Old 11-21-2018, 10:59 AM
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Now there is a sidebet for 200k on the first hole.

This was all contrived between the two yesterday during a presser and I’m sure it’s because the interest level is low in this PPV. It also sets up any other possible side bets during the match.

Zero interest in this for me and would rather give $20 to charity but maybe some will pay to watch this.
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Old 11-21-2018, 05:10 PM
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Side bets going to be flying. Side bets and them talking trash will be worth the cost alone. P.S. I'm not buying it. Fuck pay per view shit...
Why don't they bet each other's wife/ex-wife.
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Old 11-21-2018, 07:41 PM
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Mickelson bet $100,000 that he’ll birdie the first hole during The Match.

Tiger doubled it.

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WILL MICKELSON BIRDIE THE FIRST HOLE?

YES -140
NO +100


FIRST PLAYER TO GO ONE-UP

Woods -125
Mickelson -105


FIRST PLAYER TO GO TWO-UP

Woods -155
Mickelson +125


HOLE NO. 1 TEE SHOT

Phil finds the fairway -165
Phil does not find the fairway +135


HOLE NO. 1 TEE SHOT

Tiger finds the fairway -195
Tiger does not find the fairway +160


HOLE NO. 1 WINNER

Woods +240
Mickelson +250
Tie -105


HOLE NO. 11 - WILL EITHER MAN DRIVE THE GREEN?

YES +300
NO -400


HOLE NO. 13 - CLOSEST TO THE PIN

Woods -130
Mickelson +100


HOLE NO. 16 - LONGEST TEE SHOT

Woods -135
Mickelson +105


HOLE NO. 17 - CLOSEST TO THE PIN

Woods -120
Mickelson -110


HOLE NO. 18 - LONGEST TEE SHOT

Woods -135
Mickelson +105


HOLE NO. 3 - CLOSEST TO THE PIN

Woods -140
Mickelson +110


HOLE NO. 4 - LONGEST TEE SHOT

Woods -135
Mickelson +105


HOLE NO. 5 - CLOSEST TO THE PIN

Woods -130
Mickelson +100


HOLE NO. 7 - LONGEST TEE SHOT

Woods -135
Mickelson +105


HOLE NO. 8 - CLOSEST TO THE PIN

Woods -130
Mickelson +100


HOLE NO. 17 - CLOSEST TO THE PIN

Woods -120
Mickelson -110


PLAYER TO HAVE THE MOST BIRDIES

Woods -120
Mickelson -110



SCORING SPECIALS

Any hole-in-one +5000

Woods to have a hole-in-one +8000

Mickelson to have a hole-in-one +8000

Woods to have an eagle +375

Mickelson to have an eagle +425


WOODS OR MICKELSON TO HIT A SHOT INTO A WATER HAZARD

YES +260
NO -350


WOODS OR MICKELSON TO HIT A SHOT OUT OF BOUNDS

YES +450
NO -700


WILL EITHER MAN WIN THREE CONSECUTIVE HOLES?

YES +450
NO -700


TO LEAD AFTER THREE HOLES

Woods +145
Mickelson +170
Tie +210


TO LEAD AFTER NINE HOLES

Woods -115
Mickelson +170
Tie +400
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Old 11-21-2018, 08:16 PM
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MGM Race and Sports took a "close to six-figure bet" today on Phil +180
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Old 11-22-2018, 09:20 PM
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Monte Montgomery, the general manager at Shadow Creek, broke down every hole on the course, with an estimated yardage they’ll be playing for each one.


Here’s his expert analysis…


Shadow Creek Course Breakdown

No. 1: Par 4, 400 yards

“Off the tee, they’ve got to keep it to the right and in the fairway. If they’re not in the fairway, it’s a difficult approach shot. Anything left is dead. From the fairway, though, it’s an easy birdie hole.”


No. 2: Par 4, 430 yards

“This is a straightforward hole; they just have to be precise off the tee. Both left and right are dead. If they find the fairway, [they] should have about a 9-iron into the green. This should be one of the easier holes — one of their attack holes.”


No. 3: Par 4, 490 yards

“This is a very difficult, long par-4. They’ll have to find the fairway, which is uphill, but [it’s] an easy tee shot. It’s then a difficult approach to an uphill green. If they’re not within 20 feet, this could be a tough two-putt.”


No. 4: Par 5, 580 yards

“One of our best holes, this is a risk-reward hole. They can choose to play a tee shot to the right or try to bite off some of the dogleg and take it down the left side. The second shot will be about 250 yards to a tight green surrounded by water. If they go for it and don’t hit the green, it’s a difficult up-and-down. You’re going to see somebody win or lose this hole, guaranteed.”


No. 5: Par 3, 140 yards

“Normally, this is a 210-yard hole, but it’ll be playing about 140. You’re going to see a birdie here, for sure. There’s an easy pin placement, and shots will funnel from the left to the right. You might even see a hole-in-one. I saw one sportsbook had 100-to-1 for a hole-in-one. This is the one they’re going to be sweating out.”


No. 6: Par 4, 510 yards

“This will be the most difficult hole of the day. The drives will shoot down the hill, but they’ll still have 7- or 8-iron into the green. They’ve got to maneuver around the bunker on the right, but otherwise it’s a pretty approachable green. A good iron shot into the green could lead to a birdie, but outside 20-30 feet, they’ll be faced with a difficult two-putt.”


No. 7: Par 5, 570 yards

“More fireworks here — it just depends on who the aggressor is. I know what Phil is going to do off the tee; Tiger will probably hit 3-wood. They’ve got to position themselves in the fairway here. They’ll be looking at about 240 yards to a boomerang-shaped green. You’re going to see birdie or maybe even eagle here. It’s one of the more approachable par-5s, so somebody is going to get after this one.”


No. 8: Par 3, 180 yards

“The tee shot is downhill to the green. Again, the pin placement will be very accessible for their iron shot, but they can’t go right. They’ll have to stay left on this hole or else it’s a very difficult up-and-down.”


No. 9: Par 4, 420 yards

“I think this is probably the prettiest hole on the golf course; it overlooks Sheep Mountain. These guys will probably hit anywhere from a 5-wood to an iron; nobody will hit driver here. The widest part of the fairway is 280 yards, so they’ll be trying to position their ball there. Then it’s probably a 9-iron or wedge. They’ll try to favor the right side of the green, because the ball will hit the hill and funnel toward the pin, but anything too far right is dead, and outside 20-30 feet is a difficult two-putt.”


No. 10: Par 4, 430 yards

“This is a big dogleg to the right. This is a position hole. They’ll probably need only about a 280-yard shot off the tee, so you won’t see any drivers here. From there, it’ll be an 8- or 9-iron into one of our smaller greens. Where the flag is, they’ll have to be precise. Anything short right falls into the bunker, and anything left is a very difficult up-and-down.”


No. 11: Par 4, 315 yards

“A driveable par-4. It’s 300 yards to fly it on the green over some very difficult bunkers; you don’t want to be in those front bunkers. If they go for the green, long is better. From there, it’s a pretty easy chip shot. Someone will make birdie on this hole.”


No. 12: Par 4, 400 yards

“Another attack hole where you’ll see 3-woods or even irons off this tee. All they’ll need is about a 270-300 yard drive. The green slopes back to front, so they’ll want to be short of the hole. Anything long is difficult and very fast.”


No. 13: Par 3, 190 yards

“This is probably our toughest par-3. It’s our most difficult green; there’s a buried elephant under there. They’ll have to be within 20 feet. Where the pin is, they won’t want to short-side themselves to the left. The right side is definitely better.”


No. 14: Par 4, 500 yards

“Slight dogleg to the right. You’ll see them hitting driver here. Because they can’t go left, you’ll see someone in the right bunker. From there, it’s anywhere from 6- to 8-iron. But it’s a difficult approach shot. The green slopes a little bit from the back to front, so they’ll want to stay short of the flag. If there’s a birdie here, it’ll win the hole.”


No. 15: Par 4, 480 yards

“Another beautiful hole toward the mountain. A good drive is key here. The creek meanders down the left and a very deep bunker guards the right. From there, they’ll have anywhere from a 5- to 8-iron for a difficult approach shot. The creek slides back in front of the green, which is the quickest green on the course and slopes back to front. They’ll want to stay short of the hole here. Par is a good score; birdie will win.”


No. 16: Par 5, 590 yards

“The longest of our par-5s, this is a dogleg to the right and very narrow off the tee if they hit driver. They’ll only be able to get home in two from the fairway. Even from there, it might be a 3-wood into a very difficult, narrow green. There’s a false front that slopes into the bunkers. They absolutely can’t be long on their second or third shot; they’ll have to be short of the hole.”


No. 17: Par 3, 145 yards

“This par-3 is downhill and just a wedge off the tee, but it’s our smallest green on the course, which is heavily guarded by water and bunkers. If they miss the green, it’s a very difficult up-and-down.”


No. 18: Par 5, 520 yards

“Another risk-reward hole, this is a slight dogleg to the right. A bunker guards the left side of the fairway at 300 yards, and there’s a lake to the right. They’ll have to have a great drive here. There’s a slope at 300 yards; if they can fly it, they’ll get another 50 yards. So they can have anything from 4- to 9-iron here. The second shot has to carry the water; it’s all carry. This is another green that slopes back to the front. It’s an easy chip shot as long as you’re over the water. This is an eagle or birdie hole, for sure.”
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Old 11-23-2018, 12:14 AM
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At the 16th tee they should both do Happy Gilmore-style tee shots.
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Old 11-23-2018, 02:53 PM
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Old 11-23-2018, 02:55 PM
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Action pretty even ... 54% of the bettors on Lefty (+150)
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William Hill ...

Tiger -170

Phil +150

Betting action is split nearly 50-50, with 70% of tickets on Mickelson.
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Mickelson bet $100,000 that he’ll birdie the first hole during The Match.

Tiger doubled it.


Phil lost the $200K on a missed putt.
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Old 11-23-2018, 03:27 PM
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Tiger is now -150 after halving the first hole
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Old 11-23-2018, 03:42 PM
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Tiger misses short put

Phil goes up 1 and moves to -130
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Old 11-23-2018, 03:44 PM
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PPV indicated that over 70% of the money at MGM Grand took in was on Mickelson
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Phil stays one up through 3
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$100,000 closest to the pin on 5
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Old 11-23-2018, 04:20 PM
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Old 11-23-2018, 08:14 PM
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