How Tiger Woods is offering a 10 dollar putting lesson

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson each donated items to the All In Challenge fundraiser.

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson each donated items to the All In Challenge fundraiser.

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For 10 bucks, you could have Tiger Woods give you a putting lesson.

And have him tell Justin Thomas to go away. 

As part of the All In Challenge fundraiser, Woods revealed Friday that he would be donating a private putting lesson and VIP experience at his Hero World Challenge in early December in the Bahamas. The package includes the private putting lesson, accommodations and credentials for the entire week of the event, and the chance to walk with Woods inside the ropes during the opening round. 

Where, Woods said on a video on his social media feeds, you can choose whom you also want to walk with. 

“We will also be inside the ropes during the first round of the event. Up close and personal,” Woods said. “I won’t ask you to pick any clubs for me. I don’t know your games. But I will let you pick my playing partner for the day. I normally play with JT, but if you see someone better, then we’ll go with it.”

Which you can do for just 10 bucks. There are two ways to win the package – a person can purchase raffle tickets here for $10 for 10 entries, $25 for 25 entries, $50 for 100 entries or $100 for 200 entries; or a person can outright bid here for the package, with the top bid on Friday night sitting at $65,000. All the money will go toward providing food to various charities during the coronavirus pandemic, with the fundraiser already receiving just under $35 million through other packages. 

Woods’ opponent in both the 2018 Match I and the upcoming Match II also donated a golf experience on Friday. 

Phil Mickelson is offering the opportunity, either through raffle tickets here or bid here, to play with him during next year’s Discovery Land Company Foundation event in California, with the auction winner also receiving entry into the three days of the pro-am at the PGA Tour’s American Express tournament. Both Woods’ and Mickelson’s items follow the announcement of their second match event, which will feature Woods teaming with Peyton Manning and Mickelson with Tom Brady for charity on Memorial Day weekend. 

“We’ll have some fun, sun, perfect weather and you’re in the Bahamas, fishing, you can’t ask for much more than that,” Woods said of his Bahamas event. 

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