Forget The Masters, the U.S. Open, Open Championship, PGA Championship, and the FedEx Cup. This is the holy grail of matches featuring two of the greatest to ever play —Woods you could argue is the greatest ever but that's a debate for another time.
Even with the date of this match "to be determined," the bookkeepers in Las Vegas couldn't help but place some odds on this exhibition match.
Per Golf.com, Woods opens with the greatest odds (2/3) of winning the $10 million match over Mickelson (3/2 odds).
This event will likely go down in a match-play format and Vegas has given Woods a 1.5-hole advantage over Lefty. But wait, there are more prop bets to be placed.
You can place a bet on what color shirt each guy will sport. For Woods, the overwhelming favorite is the color red (1/3 odds). For Mickelson, the safe money is placed on him wearing white (5/3 odds).
Like all great heavyweight battles, there usually is an undercard that precedes the main event. Vegas oddsmakers like a Ryder Cup rematch between Rory McIlroy and Patrick Reed. These two were paired up in the final round of this year's Masters, but there just wasn't the same level of theatrics compared to what was displayed in the 2016 Ryder Cup.
But getting these two players together in an unregulated exhibition may just be enough to bring out that same competitive spirit.
The final prop bet you can place on Woods v.s Mickelson is which TV network will host the event. Oddsmakers say it will likely be ESPN — or their parent company ABC. But don't rule out streaming services like YouTube.
It really is a shame that a match like this wasn't organized when these two players were in their primes. Woods and Mickelson are still among the best golfers in the world, but they are not quite at the 'elite' status they once held as a part of the Top-10 golfers on the planet.