Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are playing one-on-one for $9 million on Friday, and by now, you've probably figured out that the match is on Pay-Per-View. If you didn't want to pony up the $19.99 to watch it, we've got you covered.
There are two things to keep tabs on - who is winning the overall match and how the side bets are going. A lot of money is going to be exchanged throughout the day.
After six holes, Mickelson is one-up on Woods. Woods missed a short putt on the second hole - hence his deficit.
When it comes to the side bets, Woods is up $100,000. Mickelson bet $200,000 he'd birdie the first hole, but failed to. Woods lost a closest-to-the-pin for $100,000 on the fifth hole.
Woods was favored to win the match, but has looked shaky thus far. He's missed a number of fairways. He's actually lucky to be down just one hole after six.
We'll keep you updated on the score.