“Working on it,” he tweeted.
Another fan, @jonblumenthal, tweeted to Lefty: “Please don’t tease.”
“I don’t tease. I’m kinda a sure thing,” Mickelson tweeted back.
On the weekend when the WGC-Match Play event was to be decided, we may very well be seeing another high-stakes match soon.
In their 2019 event at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, Mickelson beat Woods on the 22nd hole, winning a $9 million prize. As late as last year, Mickelson said he was interested in playing again.
“I really enjoyed it,” Mickelson told the South China Morning Post. “I hope that Tiger and I will do more events like that in the future with partners, because we didn’t have enough talking between us and I think that a partner will have more interaction.
“(The partners) could be other athletes, that would bring a certain element, too.”
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