Brady, Peyton to join Tiger and Mickelson for charity golf match

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Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will join Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson for a charity golf match next month.

The event, called “The Match: Champions for Charity,” is expected to take place May 15 or May 24 and air on TNT, with proceeds going to COVID-19 relief efforts, according to ActionNetwork.com.

It is believed that Tiger and Brady will pair up against Manning and Mickelson. The event is expected to take place on a course in Florida, where nationally televised sporting events have been classified as “essential services” under the state’s executive order on the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Brady and Manning have both played in the Pebble Beach Pro-Am and have golfed together many times. Brady recently said that Manning is the better player because he has more time for golf these days.

10 responses to “Brady, Peyton to join Tiger and Mickelson for charity golf match

  1. I definitely wouldn’t trust Brady’s card. After all the cheating he’s been involved in, its the only way he knows how to win.

  2. Classic Brady—compliment the other guy and then beat him on the field. Look for Tiger and Brady to win handily.

  3. Obviously, televised sports isn’t an “essential service,” but it is something that can be done safely for certain sports. They should change the name of the category to be more encompassing. Liquor stores aren’t an essential service either.

  4. patriotmaleorgy says:
    April 22, 2020 at 6:38 pm

    I definitely wouldn’t trust Brady’s card. After all the cheating he’s been involved in, its the only way he knows how to win.

    Really funny as always! Never gets old!

  5. How dare these golfers agree to carry these NFL QBs. They should be playing golf against the footballers, not basically carrying them.

    QBs vs Golfers, it is an epic match.

  6. Televised sports are essential like liquor stores.

    Televised sports is almost as essential as liquor stores!

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