Tiger Woods, Tom Brady Play Golf to Fundraise for COVID-19 Relief

Ruben Hill
May 25, 2020

Tiger Woods got the better of long-time rival Phil Mickelson in an entertaining second instalment of "The Match" which raised $20m for Covid-19 charities in the United States.

If watching Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning take on Phil Mickelson and another quarterback, Tom Brady, is in your putting range, then hunker down for The Match: Champions for Charity loop at Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, Florida.

After being teased by commentator Charles Barkley, Brady holes-out on the seventh hole Par 5.

Golf for charity continues Sunday with a different line-up. But his play on (and off) the green has been just as captivatin.

That unfortunately wasn't the only thing Brady split on the hole, suffering a hilarious mishap as he bent down to grab the ball from the hole.

The contest will take place behind closed doors at the Medalist Golf Club in Hobe Sound, with no caddies, while the players are allowed to drive their own golf buggies. Golf has never been summed up better than these two videos.

With Tampa Bay Buccaneers new boy Brady in earshot lining up a practice shot, Manning replied to a reporter: "Do you bring Eli [Manning, his brother]?" This is what we do. "Tom and I are going to go down there and put it to them".

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