Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson's pay-per-view match on November 23 has been priced up at $19.99 for television customers.
Woods and Mickelson will be playing for $9 million, with a number of 'side challenges' to help boost the pot - of which it has been declared those additional funds will be donated to the winning golfer's charity of choice.
The match will take place at Shadow Creek in Las Vegas, with an estimated noon local time start.
Confirmed TV broadcasters in the United States include: B/R Live, DIRECTV and AT&T U-Verse.
Woods and Mickelson have combined to win 19 majors titles, and both broke five-year victory droughts with wins earlier this year.
Both players, however, failed to land a single point at last month's Ryder Cup defeat to Europe with the pair going 0-6 for the week
Woods has not played competitively since Paris, while Mickelson tied for 17th the following week at the Safeway Open.