Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson put together a once-in-a-lifetime match for their fans, as the two golfing legends battle it out on the course.
From competing in a regular match to placing side bets, the Capital One's The Match has been quite entertaining.
Although they've both had their share of struggles today, Woods is finally finding his groove. Despite trailing Mickelson throughout the first 11 holes, he now leads after winning the 12th hole.
In addition to the excitement of just watching these two great golfers, there are also live bets taken for each hole. Even Justin Verlander and Charles Barkley can't help but join everyone betting.
There hasn't been much trash talk throughout this entire event, but maybe that will change as they get toward the final hole.
With only six holes remaining, Woods has a 77 percent chance of winning the match.
We'll continue to provide updates on the match.
UPDATE: Tiger lost his lead on the 13th. The match is halved on the 14th.