Question of the Week

Who's got next?

If The Match III ever comes to fruition, then who do you want to see in a foursome with Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson?

Despite the rain, The Match II, featuring Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning, made for some wildly entertaining television. The high-rating event almost assured there would be a third such exhibition. With Woods and Mickelson serving as the pros, who would you like to see as their amateur partners?

Please email your response to editor Stuart Hall. In order to publish, please include your first and last name, along with your city and state of residence.


I think they should team up with one of their kids.

Shane Stanton
Columbus, Ohio

Pair them with some top women amateurs. Help showcase some women’s golf to match up with the current statistics of who is playing the game.

Jean Rospondek
Cinnaminson, N.J.

Tony Romo and John Smoltz or Michael Jordan and Wayne Gretzky.

Roger Clark
Hilton Head Island, S.C.

Let’s maybe try for respect and traditions rather than trash talk and sarcasm. How about Mr. Jack Nicklaus and Mr. Gary Player from the forward tees? For us golf historians that would be a great treat.

Dr. Robert S. Will
St. Charles, Ill.

Match I was awful; Match II was a big success. Let's cool the talk of Match III — you're over doing it. Maybe again in a few years.

Soon the PGA Tour will resume. NHL, NFL, MLB and NBA too — I hope.

Bill Loss
Palm Desert, Calif.

I would like to see Tony Romo and Steph Curry as the other two players.

Larry Migliaccio
Merchantville, N.J.

Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. With the world watching, we can finally see how good (or bad) they are.

Charlie Jurgonis
Fairfax, Va.

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