Tiger Woods: Agent Mark Steinberg reveals the ‘unique’ thing Tiger is planning at Masters

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Tiger Woods: Agent Mark Steinberg reveals the ‘unique’ thing Tiger is planning at Masters (Image: GETTY) That is according to his agent, Mark Steinberg, who has revealed Woods would love for the event to take place in Japan  Tiger Woods went head-to-head with old adversary Phil Mickelson in November in a $9m Thanksgiving shootout in Las Vegas  The 43-year-old came off the worst at the Shadow Creek Golf Course, with Mickelson winning the match after 22 holes  However, it has not put him off staging other one-off events going forwards, as his agent has detailed Related articles Tiger Woods dreaming of a fifth Green Jacket after Masters magic Masters 2019: Why Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy have problem TODAY  “We are in pretty deep discussions about doing that and Japan would be ideal to do the first one,” Steinberg said as the Masters in Augusta  “It might not be a traditional head-to-head match. It might be something more unique  “We haven’t put together what the field will look like. How big would the field be  “What type of format would they play. The exact date. We’d like to do it around the first-ever PGA Tour event in Japan “Tiger Woods: Agent Mark Steinberg reveals the ‘unique’ thing Tiger is planning at Masters (Image: GETTY) Top Japanese golfer Hideki Matsuyama is among the options for Woods’ potential opponents  A sizeable TV audience would likely tune in to see the pair and other adversaries in action  The ZoZo Championship is scheduled to take place close to Tokyo from October 24-27  But there is also potential for Woods to engage in a one-off competition in South Korea or China Related articles Tiger Woods rolls back the years with fine Masters first round effort Rory McIlroy hits a fan, Tiger Woods spectacular recovery – Masters Tiger Woods: Agent Mark Steinberg reveals the ‘unique’ thing Tiger is planning at Masters (Image: GETTY)Tiger Woods: Agent Mark Steinberg reveals the ‘unique’ thing Tiger is planning at Masters (Image: GETTY) Woods and Mickelson’s November showdown is reported to have attracted one million pay-per-view customers  And golf enthusiasts are in for a treat with another similar event on the cards this year  GolfWorld reckon Woods and Mickelson could pair up to face two challengers. Alternatively, they might play on opposite sides and choose their own respective team-mates

 

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