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Spieth revelled in seeing Woods get "angry" at The Match.
Tiger Woods reacts to latest Match loss with Rory McIlroy on Twitter...
Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy could not live with Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth, but Woods certainly had his moments...
Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy were beaten 3&2 by Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas in the latest iteration of The Match at Pelican Golf Club.
Phil Mickelson may not be part of The Match anymore but that doesn't mean he won't be watching Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas.
Tiger Woods, Jordan Spieth, Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas have weighed in on who will be the best trash talker ahead of The Match.
Tiger Woods talks about his close bond with Rory McIlroy: "I'm going to be the biggest cheerleader he's ever seen."
Rory McIlroy says he was flattered to hear Tiger Woods' advice to Charlie Woods as he spoke at a news conference ahead of The Match.
Phil Mickelson has been axed from involvement in The Match, due to the six-time major champion's involvement with LIV Golf.
TB12 Body Coach Drew Ryan spoke exclusively to GolfMagic about his work with the company started up by NFL legend Tom Brady and Alex Guerrero.
The sixth edition of The Match features four iconic NFL players. Here are their golf handicaps.
The sixth edition of The Match is set to begin today and we will see an all-NFL affair with Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers taking on Patrick Mahomes and John Allen.
Tom Brady mocked Gareth Bale with this hilarious throwback to his infamous "Wales. Golf. Madrid" banner.
This will still no doubt contribute to his PIP score...
The 28-year-old had an interesting first hole in the third round of the Hero World Challenge...
"I just felt like, 'I don't need any of this. Why? Why put myself though all this torture?'"
This was teased as a big deal but not many people tuned in compared to previous editions of The Match.
In case you missed it...
Although Bryson DeChambeau was beaten by Brooks Koepka, this didn't stop him from having a subtle dig at the four-time major winner.
Phil Mickelson shared the commentary booth during The Match with Charles Barkley and he was the star of the show.
The long-anticipated Match was decisively won by Brooks Koepka, but was it an enjoyable watch for golf fans at home?
Is this the end of the rivalry, or the start of a respectful friendship?
Bryson DeChambeau is set to put a new golf ball into play at The Wynn Golf Club for The Match.
Koepka is the underdog for The Match, but he'll be trash talking Bryson DeChambeau from this golf cart...