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. But his play on (and off) the green has been just as captivatin.
The result might have been irrelevant compared to the vast sums of money raised for worthwhile causes, but Woods and Mickelson were clearly relishing the chance to unleash the competitive juices that were rendered dormant by the coronavirus pandemic in March.
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Manning and Brady aren't the only pro athletes in other sports to try their hand at the game of golf on national television, however. Twitter user @SethMontz6 said: "I know I'm terrible/horrendous at golf but good lord Tom Brady sucks". Golf has never been summed up better than these two videos.
Manning told Barkley that he is not wearing his partner Woods' iconic red and black colors.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife, Ciara, had a little fun Sunday afternoon in the name of charity.
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Brady seemed to take it well, too, and even asked Barkley for swing tips at one point - who instead offered to donate $50,000 if Brady could hit the green on the fourth hole. This is what we do.
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