Nation star Jake Owen revealed that he did not maintain again towards golfer Phil Mickelson over a “s—–” golf match with Tiger Woods.
Owen, talking to Barstool Sports activities in an interview that was launched Tuesday, stated he was on the marriage ceremony of Jordan Speith, a pro-golfer and pal, in November 2018 when he let free on Mickelson.
“Phil was there, and it was the day after he performed Tiger” in Capital One’s “The Match” — an occasion that was viewable by pay-per-view.
The singer-songwriter stated that after he had a couple of drinks, he noticed Mickelson and thought, “I gotta go inform this man what I believe.”
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“So I walked over to him, and I used to be like, ‘Hey Phil, you owe me f—— $29.99 … for losing 4 hours of my life with the s——- golf I’ve ever seen,'” Owen stated. “You guys hyped this complete factor up about this massive match, you guys could not even make three birdies between the 2 of you.’ I am like, I would like my $29.99 again and f—— apologize to me for some s—– golf.”
Owen stated that at that time, Mickelson pulled out a wad of money, significantly a $100 invoice. “He is like, ‘Yeah, I gained 90,000 of those yesterday.’ He goes, ‘Take $100 and go f— your self.”
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Mickelson referred to as the encounter a “true story” in a response on Twitter.
The payout for “The Match” was $9 million.