The Match, Champions for Charity Golf

Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods defeat Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson

There's no disputing that Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady is a victor.

"Take a suck of that, Chuck", Brady said to commentator Charles Barkley after the basketball Hall of Famer had been playfully taunting him most of the round.

After six holes that could be generously described as a struggle in "The Match", Brady hit the shot of his life on the seventh hole by holing out from the fairway. "There was so much torque in that swing".

"Get your butt out of here".

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.

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Brooks Koepka also jumped in on taking shots at Brady tweeting: "I'll donate 100k through the @bkcharityfund if @TomBrady makes a par on the front 9".

Tiger Woods showed no mercy to Tom Brady after the National Football League legend struggled off the tee in their $10million round for charity.

The first nine holes will be four-ball followed by modified alternate shot on the inward nine. "I'm excited to get out there, my golf probably isn't as good as it was at one point, but I've got a good partner".

Brady lost several golf balls, split his trousers and even said "shut your mouth, Chuck" to Charles Barkley while on camera.

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