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Did Tiger Woods And Phil Mickelson Receive $2.5 Million In Illegal Appearance Fees This Weekend?

tiger woods phil mickelson Did Tiger Woods And Phil Mickelson Receive $2.5 Million In Illegal Appearance Fees This Weekend?

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Both Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson missed a cut this weekend during a Greenbrier Classic. However, if a rumors are true, both golfers still went home with seven-figure checks only for display up, something that is bootleg on a PGA Tour.

According to Steve Eiling of CBSSports.com, mixed sources told him that Tiger perceived a $1.5 million coming fee, and Mickelson perceived $1.0 million to play in a PGA event.

Eiling explains that tournaments can get around this order by profitable a players for “participating in a corporate clinic, or appearing during a cocktail party,” or something similar. And once a actor is paid for that, it is approaching that they will *cough, cough* also play in a tournament.

And while some don’t have a problem with a pay-for-play, and wish a use done legal, others fear that it will destroy a smaller tournaments that can't means to compensate large stars to uncover up.

It’s tough to suppose a PGA Tour will be means to stop a payments. So it competence be time to make a use legal so that it is easier to control.


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