I don't feel like anything I've said contradicts any of your points here. It would have to start small. So small that there would be enough sponsorship/prize money to make it worth it for maybe 4 of these guys to show up to an exhibition match. And once (if) it gains some traction, some prestige, and the fun of an event like this is marketed correctly, it could grow from there.
Obviously you don't like this idea. So what is more realistic... something like a small independent event that may or may not grow, or the President's Cup altering its format to make it a mixed gender event? Or is your position that mixed gender events will/should never happen?
I love this idea, but I doubt it ever happens. As @iacassays, there isn't much upside for the PGA Tour, which runs the event.
There are already other minor team events like this that nobody knows about. Have you ever heard of the Seve Trophy? Or the EurAsia Cup? I don't think another team event is feasible long-term.
Yeah, I'm a millennial, and I turn 35 this year. I've been in the work force for over a decade. There's nothing to deal with; millennials are here to stay.
A few years ago my boss had a special seminar on how to work with and manage millennials. It's really not that hard. Treat us with respect, pay us what we're worth, and give us opportunities to advance. Like every generation before us. Come on, people.
I could rant for a while about this...