Scheduled: The long-rumored money match between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, for Thanksgiving weekend at Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas, according to ESPN. The made-for-TV match would be played Nov. 23 or 24 and be worth a reported $10 million from an unnamed sponsor in a winner-take-all format.
Reported: That Golf Digest will be put up for sale by publishing giant Conde Nast, according to The New York Times. The monthly magazine would join Brides and W on the block, the newspaper reported, citing three unnamed executives. Conde Nast posted a $120 million loss in 2017 because of a decline in print-advertising revenue, the Times reported. The media company publishes such titles as Vogue, The New Yorker and Vanity Fair.
Sold: Stockton Seaview Hotel and Golf Club in Galloway, N.J., for $21.07 million by Stockton University, according to NJ.com. The school bought the property for $20 million in 2010 for use as student housing and added $22 million in renovations to the century-old structure, the website reported. The school maintains that it recouped its investment with $28 million in tuition and other expenses from students over the years, according to the report. The school will be opening a new campus for its 533 students in Atlantic City, negating the need for the housing at the former hotel. The club is the former host of the LPGA’s ShopRite Classic.
Withdrew: From the Ricoh Women’s British Open, Michelle Wie, who cited ongoing problems with her right hand. Playing with a heavily bandaged hand, Wie stood 7 over through 12 holes of Thursday’s opening round at Royal Lytham and St. Annes in England before calling it quits. She had struggled last week in the Ladies Scottish Open, shooting 75-72 to miss the cut. Wie, 28, disclosed earlier this year that she has been receiving collagen injections in both wrists to treat arthritis.