Turner Sports Leaders spent a lot of time making a proposal for a price-per-view for the match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. Now it appears that the company will not see any shipping revenue for the Friday event.
Turner issued a statement on Saturday night acknowledging that it would also issue grants for those who paid $ 19.99 to stream the match at the Shadow Creek Golf Course on Bleacher Report Live.
“The match was a historic event, from Tigers open tee shot to Phil’s last putt,” Turner said in a statement. “Before the event, we experienced a technical problem with the B / R Live paywall page that we tried to solve quickly.
Tiger and Phil needed to be Tiger and Phil. Instead, we got 22 holes of such golf from the two sports biggest name.
A technical issue led Turner executives to make the Friday match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson power free.